Before covering the upcoming 916 area code changes, we’ll start with a little area code history.
In 1947, area codes were introduced to the United States and Canada. The 916 area code was one of the original three area codes in California, along with 415 and 213.
US states and Canadian provinces that were only assigned one area code for the entire state or province had a “0” in the middle of the assigned area code. States and provinces that had more than one area code assigned to them had a “1” in the middle of each of the area codes. (more…)
For companies that want to rent data center rack space or entire cabinets for their server hardware, there are plenty of Sacramento server colocation options.
Because the Greater Sacramento area is considered to be seismically-neutral, many Bay Area companies colocate their servers in the Sacramento area rather than within an active seismic zone.
This translates a number of available data center options for businesses in cities ranging from Sacramento to Rancho Cordova to Elk Grove to Davis. (more…)
Today’s business environment looks a lot different than it did a few decades ago. The advances of communications technology enabled by the internet have introduced a variety of new ways for companies to do business and employees to get work done.
One aspect of communications that the internet has transformed is telephone service. When comparing VoIP vs landline telephone service, it’s important to know that they are two very different technologies. (more…)