WiFi

WiFi

Light up your Offices, Hotel Rooms, School Classrooms & Shopping Centres with an effective Wi-Fi network. People expect to be able to connect anywhere nowadays. Allow people online, anywhere, wirelessly.


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Wi-Fi Networks - Design and Installation

Our team of engineers have a vast amount of experience in the design and installation of Secure Wi-Fi Networks. Our team regualrly fit Wi-Fi Networks in to Offices, Hotels, Schools and Public Space (such as Cafe's and Waiting Rooms). Our services can be tailored to suit every budget - long range, short range, data capture and more.

Speak to our team today in order to make your guests, staff and customers online.

What is a WiFi Network?  A Wi-Fi network relies on popular wireless technology used in offices, public spaces and the homes to connect to the internet or networks. Users will be able to search and find your network and be invited to join it. This network is usually password protected or will request user information in return for free wi-fi access (this is a great way to build up a database of customers/users for future prodcut promotions or contact).

 A Wi-Fi network relies on popular wireless technology used in offices, public spaces and the homes to connect to the internet or networks. Users will be able to search and find your network and be invited to join it. This network is usually password protected or will request user information in return for free wi-fi access (this is a great way to build up a database of customers/users for future prodcut promotions or contact).

Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN):

What is a Wireless Area Network (WLAN)? A wireless LAN (WLAN) is a LAN that uses radio signals (WiFi) to connect computers instead of cables. It is much more convenient to use wireless connections instead of running long wires all over a building. However, WLANs are more difficult to make secure since other people can also try to connect to the wireless network. So, it is very important to have a good, hard-to-guess password for the WLAN connections. Typically, the range of a wireless connection is about 50m, but it depends how many walls, etc. are in the way.

 

Wi-Fi - Benefits:

The use of W-Fi is very popular because it is convenient to use, cost effective to deploy, easy to integrate services into and the majority of devices can connect to it without difficulty. The majority of of devices sold today include Wi-Fi capability and as a result most consumers expect access in most Business, Home and public Space environments. 
 
The main benefits:
 
Cost: Deploying a small wireless network is very cheap and easy. Usually just a simple Wi-Fi router and access point will 'do the job'.  However you should think about the bandwidth and data costs associated with any deployment and what return you are hoping to achieve by implementing one; i.e. increased productivity, loyal customer footfall, data capture for marketing purposes etc.
Convenience: People are expecting and sometime expected to be able to work from anywhere. Large businesses are aiming to reduce office sizes and reduce travel through home and mobile workers.  Users expect to be able to connect conveniently, anywhere.
Mobile Working: Giving users flexible access to the internet means that people spend more time online and engaged. Employers understand that the line between work and home is becoming more 'merged', Wi-Fo helps make this transition or blurring easier to manage.
Increased Productivity: Users that are connected to the internet are able to remain connected to their work streams and systems far easier making 'light work' of many tasks, leading to increased productivity.
Simple Deployment: Initial setup of an infrastructure-based wireless network requires little more than a single access point. Wired networks, on the other hand, have the additional cost and complexity of actual physical cables being run to numerous locations (which can even be impossible for hard-to-reach locations within a building).
Expandable: To expand a wireless network you will be required to consider the number of access points and the bandwidth required to support the number of users.  Beyond that deployment is relatively easy.

Wi-Fi Uses:

> The Home

> The Workplace

> Hospitality - Hotels, Cafe's, Restaurants, Drive Thru's, Services, Garages, Bars, Clubs

> Waiting Areas - Airports, Stations, Receptions, Surgeries

> Public Spaces - Concerts, Stadiums, Festivals

> Travel - Trains, Planes (soon), Boats

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