24 Aug Do you need better control over your business Wi-Fi?
Do you wish you could have better Wi-Fi coverage, see who is using your Wi-Fi bandwidth in your office or understand what people are actually accessing over your Wi-Fi across your business.
Perhaps you would like to access and track trend data on your hotel, cafe or restaurant guests to enable you to cross-sell additional services, improve security, provide a more individualised service and benefit from customised branding and consistent marketing.
Maybe you just need better Wi-Fi coverage across your single or multiple business locations or might like to add restrictions for better usage of your Wi-Fi or to meet regulatory and ethical standards.
We needed a really good Wi-Fi solution to work across all of our sites. Our key requirements were solid signal strength everywhere, a branded sign-in page at each location and a voucher system that our staff could manage easily. Amazing Support installed everything that we needed and we’re really happy with the outcome. Paul, JCDS
In order to do any of these you need the right wireless access points to provide that all important signal to every part of your building/area and also have the ability to access, control and manage them through a Wi-Fi controller.
Wi-Fi controllers can be a locally based server/device at your premises or placed in the cloud that provides the centralised management and control of your wireless access points and your Wi-Fi service. It provides the visibility, scalability and reliability needed for highly secure, enterprise-scale wireless networks both at single and multiple locations.
They also add the ability for IT managers to configure, manage, and troubleshoot access points as well as the overall wireless capabilities and functionalities quickly and easily.
On top of that, you are able to setup secure guest access, branded login pages, provide voucher and payment-based Wi-Fi services, together with the control logins for your staff to manage front-of house essentials.
Wi-Fi controllers and managed wireless access points also enable far better control and management over security, safe browsing, usage policies and web content filtering to truly provide a full-circle wireless solution.
When it comes to service reliability, access points connected to remote Wi-Fi controllers can be optimised for both voice and video as well as setup to load-balance connections and provide failover to other access points when a problem occurs. This ensures your Wi-Fi uptime is as near to 100% as possible.
If you’re at the point where you need to bring your Wi-Fi up-to-date, require better visibility, control and centralisation and would like to commercially benefit from branding and multi-location consistency, then click here to Get In Touch and we’ll go through our Wi-Fi solutions with you.
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