We all see the newest and greatest internet speeds being offered. Speeds can vary from 50 Mbps to 8 Gbps and higher. Understandably we all want reliable and fast internet service, but how much is enough?
Our COO, Vince Kulchycki has said, “just because life’s slower up here does not mean that the internet has to be”. In this blog, we will explore the significance of reliable internet access for the Muskoka, Parry Sound, and Almaguin communities and how Lakeland Networks is playing a crucial role in decreasing the digital divide.
The past few years have seen massive growth in the need for high-speed quality broadband. The need is not localized to just our local communities in Muskoka, Parry Sound, and Almaguin, but worldwide.
Just because life is slower up here, doesn’t mean the internet has to be.
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.
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.
People are often surprised to learn that Lakeland Networks builds, owns, and maintains our own infrastructure. Our network is “our network”, which allows us to set the standard for quality.
Has your internet service quality recently dropped? Make sure your router is placed in an optimal place.
The internet is an amazing tool that we use every day, but it’s important to stay vigilant and safe online. Here are just a few tips to keep in mind when using the internet.