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By: Danny Mareco June 14, 2019   0 Category: Performance

Having issues with your current wireless network or looking to upgrade for the future? In this Wi-Fi Minute, Danny describes when you should consider scheduling a Wi-Fi analysis for your business.


When is a WiFi Analysis Needed


Video Transcript:

What’s going on everybody!

Welcome back to another Wi-Fi Minute!

Today we’re talking about when you should schedule a Wi-Fi analysis.

Now, if you’re wondering what a Wi-Fi analysis is, we’ve already covered that topic in a detailed video in which we’ve included in the description down below.

For everyone else, let’s put sixty seconds up on the clock and let’s do this.

#1 Poor Performance with your Network

Reason number one, you’re experiencing poor performance with your network and you’re trying to troubleshoot but you just can’t figure out where the problems are coming from.

This could be because of:

  • slow speeds
  • spotty coverage
  • your devices work in one area but not in another

Maybe your cloud-based applications that you rely on to operate at your business aren’t working properly.

All of these different symptoms that you’re experiencing on your network are a perfect reason to schedule a Wi-Fi analysis.

#2 New Devices or Business Applications

Reason number two, you’re preparing to implement a new business application or add new devices to your current network.

Adding any new applications or devices could potentially bring your current network down if it doesn’t have the resources to properly support them.

By being proactive and scheduling a Wi-Fi analysis, you’ll have complete peace of mind that your new business application or devices will work as they should from day one.

Completing a Wi-Fi analysis is a critical service when either trying to solve current problems with your network or avoid any future problems.

If you guys have any questions or comments, please leave them down below.

You guys have been great!

I’ve been Danny and we will see you next time!

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