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Recently I had the privilege of doing a UniFi install in the home of a current business client and good friend, Steven Manning - of AccessMedicine in Williamston NC. Steven and his wife Candi have been remodeling their family home for a few months now and he wanted...
Recently we had the opportunity to help out a friend with getting dependable internet back to their house at a cheaper cost than the cable company quoted for trenching. The total distance according to airOS is around 750m. For this particular application, to ensure...
Our success has been built on small businesses in Eastern North Carolina, and in particular Direct Primary Care practices. UniFi has the capabilities to support these practices and much more!
As ServantDesign has grown and changed over the past few years, we’ve taken on new opportunities that branch the company way outside the realm of just web and graphic design.
Are you a small business owner that offers guest Wi-Fi? This post is for you. Find out more about the do’s and don’ts of guest wireless!
The 3 S’s of why we’re so passionate about private web hosting. Want faster load times? Instant recovery and performance scaling? Check out what we can offer!
Ever wanted a little more control and insight over YOUR network without having to pull your IT guy’s arm to get it? Welcome to UniFi, it’s the best decision you’ll make this year.
Internet Explorer is by far the most used browser…who am I kidding, nobody uses that junk. Most all of our users are using Chrome, Firefox, or Safari in one iteration or another to browse the web. But have you noticed something that’s started happening this year?
Enterprise level wireless coverage used to be something that was out of the financial reach of all but large corporations, and even if you could afford it there were only a few players in the game as far as hardware goes. Today, low cost wireless solutions have taken off and enabled small managed network providers to give their clients connectivity that otherwise wouldn’t be possible.
Has building a web presence been on the agenda for a while for you? It’s basically an unspoken requirement in today’s economy and web focused culture that your business have at least some kind of information on the internet. With all the different ways to do that…which is best?