ISP's for small business

ISP's for small business

Post by <schneider.. » Thu, 14 Oct 1999 04:00:00



I work for a small company (14 people) which nobody knows much about
ISP's, computers, or networking.  What we would like is the following:
1.  An internet connection thats always on.
2.  An email address for each employee.
3.  A Web page for the company.
4.  An ISP that is economical for a small business.
Any suggestions??  Keep it low tech.

Thanks,
Computer-brainless in Seattle

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ISP's for small business

Post by Thor Kotteli » Thu, 14 Oct 1999 04:00:00



> I work for a small company (14 people) which nobody knows much about
> ISP's, computers, or networking.  What we would like is the following:
> 1.  An internet connection thats always on.
> 2.  An email address for each employee.
> 3.  A Web page for the company.
> 4.  An ISP that is economical for a small business.
> Any suggestions??  Keep it low tech.

If you don't have - and don't plan on recruiting - any network specialists
of your own, just mail the above list to the ISPs that serve your region,
and compare their offers.

Thor

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ISP's for small business

Post by Scott Arpajia » Thu, 14 Oct 1999 04:00:00


 Try this URL:

http://www.internetlist.com/

You can search for ISPs and filter the results based on criteria you
choose, like multiple email accounts, FrontPage hosting, etc.

-Scott


> I work for a small company (14 people) which nobody knows much about
> ISP's, computers, or networking.  What we would like is the following:
> 1.  An internet connection thats always on.
> 2.  An email address for each employee.
> 3.  A Web page for the company.
> 4.  An ISP that is economical for a small business.
> Any suggestions??  Keep it low tech.

> Thanks,
> Computer-brainless in Seattle

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