Reasons Why Fiber Optic Cables Are Better Than Copper Cables

Today, connectivity is critical for practically every business, regardless of industry. While most organizations know that fiber optic cables offer faster speeds than copper, many aren’t aware of the other benefits fiber optic cables bring to the table. Ultimately, fiber optic cabling is broadly the superior choice. Here’s a look at the reasons why fiber… Read More »

5G Trends Looking Ahead to 2023

In the world of wireless communications, 5G has been a revolution, offering speeds far beyond what businesses and consumers previously expected. Today, 5G is continuing to progress as it becomes more accessible. While the clearest change relating to 5G is increased connection speeds on mobile devices, that isn’t the only impact it’s having. Here’s a… Read More »

ConnectX Conference Recap

The ConnectX Conference this year was enlightening. Our team had a chance to learn about new advances, rising trends, and common challenges in the connectivity industry. With the latter, insights were also shared about how to overcome obstacles, giving companies operating in the sector critical information that can help them succeed this year and beyond.… Read More »

The Importance of Communication & Customer Service in Staffing

Candidates are often left in limbo throughout the hiring process, wondering where they stand. This can be discouraging for some applicants and may even lead to a loss of interest in others. When it comes to staffing, communication and customer service are extremely important. Here is why. Expectations are Clear Good communication means all of… Read More »

TekCom Resources Attends ConnectX Conference

This year, the outstanding ConnectX conference is taking place at the Colorado Convention Center from May 23 to May 26. It’s an exciting way to learn about advancements and emerging trends in the connectivity industry, as well as discuss challenges facing the sector and how they can be overcome. TekCom will be in attendance this… Read More »

5 Ways to Adjust Back to Life in the Office

Many people are returning to the workplace as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. Adjusting back to the traditional workspace has been challenging for some. Expectations have shifted, work culture changed, and your priorities may have altered too. To make the adjustment back to office life easier, use these tips. 1. Be Realistic With Your Expectations Going… Read More »

Are Cover Letters Still an Important Part of Getting Hired?

Many candidates skip over the cover letter portion of the application process. Some employers don’t require them, while others ask for a cover letter that includes very specific information. How necessary are cover letters in today’s job market though? Are they still an important part of getting hired? Are Cover Letters Necessary? Cover letters may… Read More »

Here’s Why Women Are The Future of Telecommunications & Network Infrastructure

March is Women’s History Month, and when it comes to the telecommunications industry, women are leading the way. They play a huge role in network infrastructure and will undoubtedly play a significant part in the future of the industry at large. Telecommunications Has Been Traditionally Male-Dominated Traditionally speaking, the telecommunications industry has been male-dominated. For… Read More »

What’s Next in 5G? Here’s What We Know

5G technology has the ability to change the world as we know it. The technology leads investment decisions, changes companies, and sparks new inventions. In the telecommunications industry, it is making huge waves. Here is what you can expect in 2022 and in the upcoming years. Qualcomm Qualcomm is easily the driving force behind 5G… Read More »

Watch Out for These Hiring Trends in 2022

New year, new hiring trends. The COVID pandemic and remote work have dominated hiring trends for the last few years. While that’s not likely to change in 2022, there are some new trends to keep an eye on. Here’s what your company should be aware of. Social Media Recruiting Social media recruiting will continue to… Read More »