[VIDEO] WiFi Minute: How to Make Your WiFi Network RUN FASTER!
Tired of trying to answer your end-users complaints about why the WiFi is so slow and unreliable? It's a common issue for many businesses. You're asked to wear many hats and the last thing you want to deal with are the complexities that come with wireless. Unfortunately, WiFi is a mission-critical utility that you can't shrug off as a "nice-to-have". There are many reasons why your Wi-Fi network isn't performing properly, and in today's WiFi minute, I'll highlight two solutions that will drastically improve your WiFi performance.
Hey what’s going on everybody, welcome back to the WiFi Minute. My name is Danny Mareco, today's topic, plain and simple, how to make your WiFi network run faster.
Okay, it’s not…it’s not that simple but… well you’ll see, just… let’s put 60 seconds up on the clock, and let’s do this.
On average, we upgrade our phones every 12 to 18 months, and typically after 2 of those refresh cycles the technology will have completely changed.
Remember going from a/b/g to N, from N to AC, from AC wave 1 to wave 2, and now we’re talking about AX.
We have to match the design of our networks to the devices that are connecting to it in order to get optimal performance.
And this is challenging because the devices that we’re using or the technology is changing so rapidly. And this changes our strategy on how we have to deploy WiFi.
And finally, we have to allow both business and personal devices on the same network at the same time, while providing the highest level of security.
What this means, is being able to prioritize your business or mission-critical services and applications over your personal or recreational applications and devices.
This allows you to design your network to optimize performance for the applications and end-users or devices that are most important.
Down in the description below, I’ve included a link to our Wireless Network Design Kit, which will provide you with everything you need to know before you deploy an enterprise-grade wireless network.
It’s a great tool to get you started in the right direction, I hope you check it out.
As always, I’ve been Danny, you guys have been awesome
Thanks for stopping by and we’ll see you next time.
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.
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