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No matter how many devices you have, we can help you maintain a secure, fast wireless network. Our high-volume WiFi is easy to deploy and scales to any size — and we’ll install, support, and monitor the network for you. Plus, just like with our mobile devices, you can pay for your new system monthly, rather than having to bite off a big fee to get started.
Business-class WiFi is a dedicated internet connection specifically designed to conduct business and typically comes with faster download and upload speeds, more features, and can handle more users than a typical residential internet. Many teams rely on web apps to get work done quickly and efficiently. Everything from Google Docs to project management software relies on a steady connection to the internet in order to function at maximum efficiency. Customers and clients expect fast, reliable communication, and being able to deliver a timely response can be critical to keeping them happy. If you want maximum efficiency for your internal team and want your clients to have the best experience, you need a connection that is fast, stable, and ready for anything.
A cloud-managed networking solution allows for a centrally managed WiFi and network infrastructure over the cloud. The biggest advantage of moving to a cloud-managed WiFi system is high-end connectivity, cost reduction of network infrastructure and management, safer security levels for enterprise network deployment, fast and efficient resolution to network problems due to better network visualization, better business based decisions due to real-time and historical analytics and reports, remote monitoring, centralized configuration, and troubleshooting from one centralized dashboard. With a cloud-based wireless network, a small to medium-sized business can now take advantage of industry-leading technology at a fraction of the cost.
There are certain general guidelines to estimate the number of access points needed in any given building, however, if more than a few Access Points are needed, it’s not a good idea to guess. A professional Services Company, like a Managed Service Provider, will perform a site survey to make sure you get the right access point placements. The site survey will investigate each location – what the broadcast range will be, and how many devices will connect to each AP. Signal Strength will be tested and physical barriers that can block the signal like metal and brick will be evaluated. Which protocol is chosen will depend on what internet options and speeds are available in your area and what throughput is ultimately desired. A trusted provider like CareServ can come up with a comprehensive network design to accommodate your current needs as well as plan for your company’s future growth.
Regardless of whether you run a retail business, a business professional office, or a healthcare-related facility, visitors and customers expect to have WiFi access. A guest network can be a great advantage but segmenting your internal network from your guest network to make sure both are secure is a must if you want to protect against cyber threats and hacks. Segmenting your guest network will keep guest users from accessing any confidential network assets and files and keep both networks totally separate. Including security best practices like changing SSID (name of the wireless network) for your WiFi network often, adding content controls, and maintaining regular firmware updates will limit potential network vulnerabilities. If you don’t have an experienced internal staff to set up and maintain your WiFi network, CareServ’s skilled and knowledgeable technicians can manage every detail to keep you connected and worry-free.