Our small-town values and atmosphere set us apart from larger city internet service provider companies. Our family, here at Lakeland Networks, is dedicated to the team and is happy to get our surrounding neighbourhoods connected. Read our June 2022 issue in the Dockside magazine to learn more about our happy, hardworking family at Lakeland.
Lakeland Networks’ Information Technology Team ensures that Lakeland staff have secure, functional systems. Each team member plays a crucial, but unique role in reviewing, implementing, and managing core infrastructure and new technological solutions.
This past summer we had the opportunity to be featured in Dockside Magazine throughout the months of May, June, and July. Please read the article from the May edition to learn more about our team members and how we do our best to exceed customer expectations.
Electronic waste (e-waste) is considered a hazardous material. This article includes a list of locations in Muskoka where you can get rid of your e-waste for free, as well as tips for ensuring that the electronics you’re discarding won’t be putting your digital security at risk.
This past summer, Lakeland Networks had the benefit of welcoming students on board to join the team. In various departments such as marketing, tech support, and construction, students developed skills in their area of passion.
The Lakeland Networks family is excited to introduce you to our newest team member, SAM, our virtual assistant who is available on our website 24/7. Please feel free to speak to SAM about any questions or concerns you may have regarding Lakeland services.
One of the common struggles I hear about is Wi-Fi coverage throughout the home. By comparing Wi-Fi to soundwaves, it’s easy to understand how it works and how to troubleshoot coverage issues.
It can be challenging to stay productive when you are pulled in a hundred different directions at once. But, over time, and with dedication, one can adapt and implement minor changes that can create an increase in one’s output.
After graduating from McMaster University in 2020, I did not want to find just any job, but to find a place where I could begin my career in the GIS industry. Lakeland Networks gave me a place to nurture and expand on what I had learned in school, as well as gain new insights and hands on experience.
Working for a large company can be intimidating to those who haven’t yet stepped foot into the business world—bosses, responsibilities, and deadlines. However, my coworkers at Lakeland have changed my perspective of the reality of working for an established organization.