network security or automating cloud platforms.
90% of companies are using at least one cloud service, and many of them use several. The cost savings, security enhancements, and efficiency improvements of cloud computing are factors that have transformed it into the norm of how businesses use technology.
All those cloud systems need to connect smoothly to the internet to ensure you’re getting the productivity boost you expected, rather than running into problems. All those cloud systems are relying on your wireless signal to make that happen.
If you’re not using the right Wi-Fi network setup, you could be missing out on faster speed, stronger “all office” connections, and the elimination of weak signals or dead zones.
“Aren’t all routers the same?” It’s a common misconception that all routers are the same. They’re not all created equal, and using a single router connected to your ISPs modem can leave you with spotty coverage and unreliable connections. Some of the typical issues that companies have when using the Wi-Fi from a single router to power their online connection are:
Solid walls interfering with Wi-Fi signal
“Dead zones” where the Wi-Fi doesn’t reach
Connections that can slow down for everyone due to a large download by a user
Signals that can drop and get interrupted
Inability to easily extend the Wi-Fi network without paying for a separate internet plan