Perspective is everything. In the days before high altitude photography, maps were not accurate. They were only made up of estimates and guesses. High altitude photography provided the perspective, which has then changed how we travel and how we view distance. Perspective allows for the ability to make smart and well-calculated decisions. Many Wi-Fi networks have multiple networks running independently of each other, we call these disparate networks and they are a nightmare for IT teams to manage and support. These disparate networks can be daunting not only because of the tedious and time-consuming tasks they create (i.e. troubleshooting, maintenance) but because they also dry up your budget with costly fixes and unnecessary infrastructure that frankly doesn't give you the performance you need. If this sounds like you're situation don't panic, there is an answer to your problems. Here's some tips to help you build a powerful unified wireless network.