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WI-FI is part of our business for good, but how to make it behave like more of a residential network?
Wi-Fi is fundamentally a residential technology that provided an antenna, a network login and a password. With its arrival in cafes, hotels and now offices, factories and construction sites, the challenges remain important, but standards have now evolved and more options are available.
The Challenges of a Wi-Fi business implementationDoes your business consider upgrading its Wi-Fi network? Here is a list of problems that SMEs often encounter and that can now be addressed:
- Network access only available in certain areas of the office.
- Slowdowns at different times of day.
- A unique password for all users, including visitors.
- Loss of signal requiring recurrent router restarts.
- The need to maintain different networks for each area or office of the company.
- Reconfiguration or local restart required, even if its require a technician visit or the granting of the administrator access to a local employee
- Limited access to internal resources because of an insecure network or complex network configurations.
- Video traffic overloading the network without user identification.
- Buying devices with the latest Wi-Fi technologies, but not having the network to support it.
- Needing your network to run in a challenging environment, whether it’s a factory or a rail yard, with incompatible equipment.