Local News Supporter Hotwire Communications, Behind Ultra-Fast “Fision Home,” Says High Speed Remote Working In South Florida Is An Easy Call For HOA’s.
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) (Local News Supporter Content) — There is no shortage of influential decisions community leaders must make on behalf of their residents, not least of which is an internet provider. As having reliable internet access has become increasingly more crucial to our way of life, deciding which company to trust with that responsibility can be a daunting task. Homeowners, tenants, and prospective buyers and renters now consider fast, reliable internet among their regular monthly utilities – right next to electricity and water.
This shouldn’t come as a surprise after a large percentage of the global workforce became more mobile, working from home and attending online classes, and does not appear to be a trend that’s going away any time soon. Based on this, it’s likely that many of your residents are also part of the statistics of people doing more and more online work from home.
Additionally, smart home technology and streaming entertainment services are at an all-time high, and staying up-to-date on information and keeping in touch with friends and family is more important than ever. With the growing need for increased internet usage, it’s important to offer residents the latest, most reliable service possible to meet their growing needs.
Hotwire Communications is an award-winning, full-service telecommunications company that provides a full suite of products – like Gigabit-speed internet, HD and 4K capable TV, crystal-clear voice, and advanced home automation and security features – that are powered by an innovative, all-fiber optics network. What’s more, Hotwire Communications was named PCMag’s 2022 Fastest ISP in the Southeast US, a distinction they have received multiple times. It provides services to major communities in South Palm Beach County, including Bocaire.
When choosing the right ISP for your community, it is important to keep these things in mind:
1. Make sure you know what your residents need. Because needs change over time, it’s important to know what your residents need now, and try to anticipate how those needs will shift in the future.
2. Include experts in your decision-making process. Bring people into the discussion who know things you don’t know. They can help to point out any potential challenges before they arise, and make for a much smoother sales, construction, and installation process.
3. Properly vet potential partners. Treat this process similarly as you would a job interview. Ask the right questions to determine which ISP is going to meet your needs, and deliver the best service for your community.
4. Think long-term: think fiber! It is generally worth the investment to do it right the first time and have a lasting solution, rather than implementing a quick-fix. Fiber offers the capability to grow and adapt as your internet connectivity does as well.
5. Don’t be afraid to make a switch. Your relationship with your service provider is the same as any other: sometimes it just isn’t working out, and it may be time to say goodbye. If your service needs are not being met, it may be time to think about making a switch.
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