We are a small company with one office in Texas and another in SC. We have accounting software that is on server in SC and accessed over the internet. We only have Sprint internet cable. We have Microsoft networks and servers on both ends with very late model dell computers. We have 5 computers netwoorked on one end and twenty on the other end.
Problem: Our internet service gets extremely slow.
We do know that some folks use streaming music etc.
If this is the cause it would be great if I had some written backup to distribute showing that this could be the cause so they do not think it is an arbitrary decision on my part to discontinue practice.
So my I am looking for answers to my problem and hope I can get them here. Thanks, Mike
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