How Much Will My New Wi-Fi Network Cost?
As technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace (every 12-18 months), your Wi-Fi network must also evolve to maintain optimal performance and security.
This is easier said than done.
First, wireless is complex to design, deploy and support. It takes a lot of time and money to acquire the necessary skill-level to understand how to get it right.
This is time and money most companies just don’t have, and we haven’t even mentioned the amount of experience you need as well.
Fast, secure wireless networks are not dependent upon one component like access points. They’re a system of many moving parts including hardware and software that must come together just right to achieve the best results.
Again, this is a specialized skill that takes years to understand and quite a bit of money to implement.
With more and more businesses realizing that Wi-Fi is not a “nice-to-have” but rather a “must-have” utility, the solution to keeping up with demand is through Wi-Fi as a Service.
Wi-Fi as a Service allows businesses to purchase the exact system they need and then easily upgrade as technology evolves.
There are several benefits that come with Wi-Fi as a Service, including:
- Affordable monthly payments
- Scalable up or down as your needs change
- Guarantees you always have the latest technology deployed
- Enables you to allocate your budget towards other mission-critical projects
One of the most frequent questions we get is, “How much does it cost?”
Traditionally, this has always been a difficult question to answer quickly because of the complexities involved, however, we also know that it can be frustrating for IT managers and CIOs to move a project to the next step without knowing the answer.
To help answer the question of cost, we’ve designed a pricing page that will allow you to compare our three different plans; choose the one that best fits your business’s requirements and then get started, it’s that simple.
Danny is the Marketing Manager at SecurEdge Networks. This basically means it’s his mission in life to make sure you have the secure mobility tools and resources that you actually want and can use. P.S. He also loves a good craft beer.