Business-grade internet checklist

Thinking about making the switch to Rogers Business InternetTM? Here’s what to expect.

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Designed specifically for the needs of businesses, Rogers Business Internet provides dependable, secure and affordable internet connectivity for businesses across Canada. If you're thinking of making the switch, here’s what your experience will look like:

Downtime is a thing of the past

Included as part of the Rogers Business Internet – ProTM package, an LTE wireless backup connection* will take over automatically should an accident or inclement weather physically damage your wired internet connection.  That means, no matter what’s happening at that construction site down the street or how intense the next thunderstorm is, your email, website and POS machines will stay connected so your business can stay up and running.

You may be wondering if all that wireless data is going to show up on your bill in the form of overages, but not to worry. The LTE backup connection takes over free of additional charges, and we’ll be hard at work repairing your wired connection within four hours or less while it’s running—and once your line is fixed, your connection automatically switches back.

Little to no malware attacks

Built-in network-level security is another feature that sets Rogers Business Internet apart from consumer-grade internet services, which is often what businesses are actually using. Since most malware attacks are launched when an employee falls for a phishing scam by clicking on a seemingly innocuous link that’s anything but, Rogers Business Internet automatically blocks the request to the malicious website, helping to minimize malware attacks.

Again, the result is obvious: peace of mind when it comes to pop-up plagues, unexpected crashes, suspicious slowdowns, sudden freezes, mysterious program openings or unwanted toolbars. But most importantly, this protection helps prevent your data and applications from being stolen or held hostage by ransomware.

Business-grade customer service

Last but not least, business-grade internet means you should get business-grade customer service—and not just when it comes to your internet. There are a lot of telecom solutions that can help take your business to the next level, and not only should your provider easily implement those for you, but they should also be able to advise you on what the best solutions are for your business.

With Rogers Business Internet, you have access to our specialists who can do exactly that. Maybe you’re looking for a better way to collaborate with your team on the go, or maybe you’re concerned about your employees accessing your network using public Wi-Fi. Whatever it is, our specialists can answer your questions and get you what you need fast.

Click here to learn more about Rogers Business Internet or contact a Rogers Business Specialist.

*Currently available in Ontario.

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