Upgrading WiFi

Does your WiFi not cover enough of your business?

Is it slow in some places or at certain times?

Are connections weak or unstable?

If any of these are true then your workforce may be less efficient than it could be, and so also your business.

These problems may also be attracting negative comments from your customers, or unfavourable comparisons with competitors WiFi networks.

A poor WiFi experience wastes employee time and translates into a negative impression of your business. For businesses such as hotels this can result in an immediate loss of customers, but substandard WiFi always damages the productivity, credibility, and professionalism of any kind of business. Fortunately, an excellent WiFi experience is now cheaper than ever in real terms. Instead of damaging your business, WiFi can help it be more efficient and make it look sharper. Can you afford to let your competitors take this advantage when the solution is simple to arrange?

The last WiFi advance was 802.11ax, which introduced significant improvements. This technology is already common in consumer products. Now users don't just expect WiFi, they expect a fast, strong, and stable connection everywhere. This trend is expected to continue with people increasingly using multiple wireless connected devices, the latest of which being 'wearables' such as smart watches.

In addition, formerly expensive features are now more affordable, allowing you to get extra value from your WiFi. These include sophisticated user and guest management, captive portals to create marketing opportunities, uninterrupted streaming of live video while mobile, and real-time position tracking.

Now is a good time to upgrade because all makers have 802.11ax products, so competition has driven down prices. This is an excellent opportunity to improve productivity and differentiate your business from those slower to embrace this advantage, and it can be done at a very affordable price.