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Topic: Managed Wifi

10 Reasons Every Business Needs Wi-Fi as a Service [Video]

10 Reasons Every Business Needs Wi-Fi as a Service [Video]

Considering Wi-Fi as a Service for your business? In this edition of the Wi-Fi Minute, Danny gives ten reasons why you should make the jump to WaaS, which gives you access to the latest hardware, cutting-edge software, and critical managed network services all rolled into one monthly subscription.

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The Benefits of Proper WiFi Design

The Benefits of Proper WiFi Design

In today’s digital-first world, technology gives your company a sharp, competitive edge. However, a technology infrastructure that’s poorly designed can be more of a liability, than an asset. This is especially true with wireless networking.

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SecurEdge WiFi: What to Expect Part 1

SecurEdge WiFi: What to Expect Part 1

For most executives and IT managers, their company’s WiFi network is a strategic necessity -- right up there with utility power, HVAC, running water, and telecommunications. However, the process that companies go through when planning their wireless network design can be anywhere from frustrating to utterly confusing.

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Common Problems with Managing a Hospital WiFi Network

Common Problems with Managing a Hospital WiFi Network

  WiFi is dynamic. It fluctuates throughout the day, responding to the environment. As users, devices and applications drop in and off of the network, the performance of your WiFi will be affected, sometimes leading to slower downloading / uploading speeds and occasionally network outages. An experienced wireless network designer can make assumptions about your wireless environment based on things like industry and average daily users, and design a wireless network that is more resilient to these fluctuations. Even the best laid designs can experience performance issues, so you must have someone monitoring and managing your WiFi.

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WaaS for the Hospitality Industry: Benefits and Features

WaaS for the Hospitality Industry: Benefits and Features

If you manage a hotel, resort, or spa, you already have your hands full. You’re busy monitoring employee performance, analyzing how to improve service, tracking upcoming events your staff is responsible for, ensuring that events are well-managed, and following financial reports with an eye towards improving profitability. What else could someone possibly put onto your already overflowing plate? How many hats can a hospitality manager reasonably be expected to wear?

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