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New Satellite Hub Ensures Connectivity, Come Rain or Shine

New Satellite Hub Ensures Connectivity, Come Rain or Shine

“Rain, rain go away. Come again another day.”

The old nursery rhyme is a favorite of kids stuck inside on a rainy day, but the sentiment also applies to businesses that depend on satellite connectivity for communication and data services. Heavy rain and other harsh weather conditions can affect satellite reception and cause service interruptions.

Tuesday, April 09, 2019/Author: John Brader, VP & GM, Satellite Services/Number of views (172)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Connectivity
Satellite Provides Essential Redundancy for Retail POS Systems

Satellite Provides Essential Redundancy for Retail POS Systems

Cash is no longer king. Payment card transactions now account for roughly 75 percent of all in-store purchases in the U.S., and various surveys indicate that figure will continue to rise as we move steadily toward a so-called “cashless society.” A recent study by the economic consulting firm Roubini ThoughtLab concludes that the increasing use of digital payments will drive benefits for consumers and businesses alike in the form of greater economic growth, less crime, more jobs, higher wages and increased worker productivity.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018/Author: John Brader, VP & GM, Satellite Services/Number of views (676)/Comments (0)/
Satellite Communications Essential for Business Continuity

Satellite Communications Essential for Business Continuity

Telecommunications must be on the agenda during business continuity planning because of the potentially enormous consequences of an interruption. Given the stakes involved, a thorough plan should include a satellite communications component.

Tuesday, March 06, 2018/Author: John Brader, VP & GM, Satellite Services/Number of views (519)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Products
OilComm / FleetComm Highlights Solutions for Business Continuity

OilComm / FleetComm Highlights Solutions for Business Continuity

The SageNet team is getting ready to head to OilComm and FleetComm 2017, to be held Dec. 6 and 7 at the Marriott Westchase in Houston. The event was originally slated for Oct. 4 and 5, but was rescheduled due to the destruction caused by Hurricane Harvey. Many people in the oil and gas, maritime, commercial trucking, shipping, and logistics industries were impacted by the disaster, both personally and professionally.

Wednesday, November 29, 2017/Author: John Brader, VP & GM, Satellite Services/Number of views (626)/Comments (0)/
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