The All Wireless Office – Case Study

The idea of having an all-wireless office sounds great on a number of levels. Your business premises will look fantastic and you’ll be up to speed with the latest technology and ways of working. But will it work, and how easy would it be to have an all wireless office? Let’s have a look at what … Continue reading The All Wireless Office – Case Study

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How WiFi networks are revolutionising education

If some of us recall our time at schools or university, then we would be amazed t the levels of classroom and lecture hall technology today. Gone are the blackboards of yesteryear. Instead, many schools and higher education institutions are using a range of connected devices, both at school and at home, as part of … Continue reading How WiFi networks are revolutionising education

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How A WiFi Network Can Help Transform Your Business

Whether you’re running a bed and breakfast business, a café owner, or managing an office of over 200 professionals, then having a strong WiFi network is almost an expectation from customers these days. But what are the actual benefits to your business of having a strong WiFi network in place? If you have to explain … Continue reading How A WiFi Network Can Help Transform Your Business

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5 factors that can affect your WiFi Signal

When it comes to designing a wireless network, it’s essential to have a proper WiFi site survey in the first instance. There are many reasons for doing this, but a survey will also highlight some of the factors that can affect your WiFi network’s performance. Here are just a few of the things that can … Continue reading 5 factors that can affect your WiFi Signal

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Campus fears – where did the WiFi go?

Campus and hall of residence WiFi is becoming a major issue for universities and schools. When Wi-Fi is running fine, no one notices. When it goes down occasionally, students will complain privately. If the Wi-Fi remains consistently bad, they may decide to live off campus. The quality of WiFi can also be a factor in … Continue reading Campus fears – where did the WiFi go?

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A few tips on improving Hotel WiFi

Hotel WiFi improvement: So you have WiFi installed but are receiving complaints from your guests and like many a hotelier you’re not sure how to fix? Well what determines the performance? Unfortunately, it could be any number of things! But from experience the main contenders are as follows: P.S we’ve tried to take out as … Continue reading A few tips on improving Hotel WiFi

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3 things we’ve learned from 25 years in the wireless & telecommunications business.

1. Every customer is unique. We all have different needs and no business is the same. Perhaps speed is your key concern to keep your data management flowing, maybe you want to engage with consumers through their social channels or perhaps you just want to ensure that the dining table in the far corner of … Continue reading 3 things we’ve learned from 25 years in the wireless & telecommunications business.

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Death By 1000 Cuts: What’s Secretly Destroying Your Business Productivity?

Productivity. It’s a key concern for all business owners. Whatever sector you work in, there are a few common factors that affect how productive it’s possible for your business to be at any given time. There will always be factors outside the business to consider, like industry regulations, your business’ location and the infrastructure available … Continue reading Death By 1000 Cuts: What’s Secretly Destroying Your Business Productivity?

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Thinking of Switching?

Thinking of switching? Thinking of upgrading your WiFi system to the latest and greatest 802.11ac access points? If so, we would certainly recommend looking into the capability of you current switches. Two things to look for – are they Power over Ethernet (PoE) capable and what are the maximum port speeds? Power over Ethernet (PoE … Continue reading Thinking of Switching?

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Is Gigabit WiFi upon us?

Well not quite yet – but it’s not far off. Expect widespread UK adoption and IEEE ratification during the back end of 2013. Wireless standard 802.11ac promises speeds of up to 7Gb along with better reliability than its predecessor 802.11n. These speeds are made possible by using the much less crowded(currently) 5Ghz frequency range instead … Continue reading Is Gigabit WiFi upon us?

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