All entries under "Managed WiFi"
How WiFi can help your business's marketingFrom customers in shops, tourists in hotels and students in libraries, with free WiFi being expected by 60% of people wherever they go. The lack of WiFi in a business is said to be more noticeable than its presence.
How the IoT can help the healthcare industryBy having a resilient WiFi network, healthcare providers can begin to adopt technology, such as the Internet of Things, to help with their day-to-day operations.
Dark fibre - A speedy route to success for universitiesTechnology is evolving rapidly; and as technology expands, so do the demands on your network.
Step up your game – Why football stadiums need WiFiWireless technology can transform the stadium experience, information can be transmitted in real time creating countless opportunities.
How GDPR will affect WiFiGDPR is the general data protection regulation which has been brought in to harmonise existing EU data privacy laws.
WiFi security flaw puts devices at riskThe WiFi connections of businesses and homes around the world are at risk, according to researchers who have revealed a major flaw dubbed “Krack”. The flaw is part of the authentication system which is widely used to secure wireless connections.
Four Challenges of Deploying Wireless in HealthcareIf you ask any wireless engineers what their ideal wireless environment would be – they would probably say a completely open space…with clear sight lines to every nook and cranny.
How can free WiFi boost profits?Businesses are always trying to offer customers and clients the best experience possible, and businesses know it’s essential to stay ahead of the game to remain competitive. More and more businesses are investing in fast WiFi and also offering it to customers for free.
Do Cities need to offer free Public WiFI?So many cities across the globe are recognising the value of offering free Internet connection through free public WiFi in the city. This number of is only expected to grow as the demand for free WiFi access increases.
Keeping Children Safe in EducationThe increasing use of technology within schools has meant that it has become a notable component of many safeguarding issues, including but not limited to child sexual exploitation, radicalisation and cyber bullying.
The Evolution of External Public Wireless AccessWireless internet access is now commonplace in the home and the workplace but external networks in public places are limited and often incur a cost to the user. The demand for public WiFi access has grown substantially over the last few years and WiFi is now viewed as an expected service rather than a luxury in most public areas.
The Evolution of the Wide Area NetworkA Wide Area Network (WAN) provides secure IP connectivity between multiple office and site locations. Typically, this consists of connecting a head office to all of the regional offices and possibly also to a Data Centre.
5 Ways that Social WiFi is benefitting retail outletsWe all understand how important WiFi is to everyone, whether you are watching a video, surfing the web or sending messages. In today’s busy world customers expect to access the internet everywhere. But what are the key benefits to retailers? What do they get in return for offering WiFi to their customers?
Public Wireless Networks – Do you know the risks?WiFi is everywhere these days, at home, at work, even in public areas. Providing WiFi for guests and customers has gone from a luxury to an essential to an expected service. Many businesses have realised this and now provide free WiFi to their customers and staff although many fail to consider internet security and how to ensure their business is protected.
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