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What Should be Included in a Wireless Network Design for Businesses?
Mobility

What Should be Included in a Wireless Network Design for Businesses?

What is the most essential step in any wireless network design? It's planning, and it's particularly important when it comes to supporting new business applications and technology initiatives. Successfully deploying a wireless network solution is more than just installing a bunch of access points and hoping that they work. Wi-Fi networks have grown increasingly complex and requires the right design for business operations to run smoothly.

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How Smaller IT Teams Can Solve Their WiFi Problems for Good

How Smaller IT Teams Can Solve Their WiFi Problems for Good

In a digital-first world, where everyone uses mobile devices, your company’s WiFi network takes on a much more significant role than ever before. Long gone are the days where end users on your network could afford to wait a few hours -- or days -- for their computer hardware, operating system, software application, or network connection to get repaired.

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Why Multi-Location Businesses Need to Consider WiFi as a Service

Why Multi-Location Businesses Need to Consider WiFi as a Service

If you do a quick search on Google to learn about multi-location businesses, you’ll find a very one-dimensional Google-centric answer. Taken at face value, Google believes that everyone interested in multi-location companies has a problem with their digital marketing. Location advertising, how to optimize for local search, local SEO, and “near me” dominate the search engine results page with everyone from marketing SaaS companies to marketing publishers -- even Inc.com -- chiming in.

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How to Support the Industrial IoT Using WiFi as a Service

How to Support the Industrial IoT Using WiFi as a Service

If you have a Ring video doorbell or Nest thermostat for your home, you’ve experienced the innovation and power of IoT-enabled devices. But besides more basic residential and office applications, there’s an entirely separate subcategory of IoT (Internet of Things) that’s unique to manufacturing and warehousing: the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

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