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Prioritize Your Network Traffic with QoS

- July 13, 2011 - 0 Comments

Your small business depends on data—coming in and out of your network. You need to make sure your most important data reaches its destination. That’s where quality of service (QoS) can help. A feature found in many switches, QoS gives you the ability to assign different priority levels to different kinds of network traffic. For example, if you’re running voice over your IP network, assigning that traffic a higher priority ensures that calls get through and that call quality isn’t affected by other traffic on the network.

Learn more about QoS and what it means for your business from Jimmy Ray Purser.

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