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The SecurEdge Blog

Helping businesses provide secure WiFi by sharing insights into WiFi design, network security, installation, and troubleshooting. You've got questions, we have answers.

Topic: Retail

Captive Portal for Retail: Your Store’s WiFi Bouncer

Captive Portal for Retail: Your Store’s WiFi Bouncer

When you offer Guest WiFi at your retail location, you are creating a bridge between your brand and your customers. This bridge allows for give-and-take, a mutually beneficial exchange: You provide free WiFi access for your customers, and in return, your customers provide some information about themselves (for example, their email address) to help you better understand and serve them.

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SecurEdge WiFi: Making Enterprise-Grade WiFi Accessible

SecurEdge WiFi: Making Enterprise-Grade WiFi Accessible

We don't have to tell you the importance of WiFi in today's world. If you haven't already noticed, it’s everywhere. Walk down the street, stop at a café, ride the train; signs of wireless internet permeate our society. What used to be the color TV of the 21st century is now the sliced bread. WiFi has become a utility.  

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How to NOT Provide WiFi for Your Business: 5 Sure-Fire Steps
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How to NOT Provide WiFi for Your Business: 5 Sure-Fire Steps

Let’s pretend it’s Opposite Day, and you’re looking to deploy a slow, spotty, unreliable wireless network for your business or organization. You’re in luck! There are several common mistakes made by IT management and key decision makers, across all industries, when trying to implement secure WiFi. We’ve narrowed it down to the five worst. (You’re welcome.)

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11 Reasons Why Home Networking Equipment Is Not a Good Fit for Enterprise WiFi Networks
Mobility

11 Reasons Why Home Networking Equipment Is Not a Good Fit for Enterprise WiFi Networks

In the past, we have occasionally run into instances where businesses have attempted to use SOHO (Single Office, Home Office) or home networking equipment to build their office or business WiFi network. We would get a panicked call from a business owner or their IT staff asking for assistance in resolving some disaster created when it failed during a meeting, presentation or event that unfortunately cost them a ton of money $$$ and/or credibility.

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