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Managing Multiple Wireless Locations Without Breaking a Sweat

Most of the time, business owners and property managers trust that their Internet Service Provider (ISP) or LTE provider is in fact providing the wireless service that was paid for—monthly or annually—and is willing to quickly rectify any service issues. Unfortunately, though, this is often not the case—the wireless resolution [...]

How to Monitor Wireless Performance and Stay Ahead of Customer Complaints

Often, the only way you’re made aware of poorly performing Wi-Fi or cellular network in your organization is when a frustrated employee or customer complains. Once you know more about the specific issue—such as if it takes too much time to load a web page or transfer a file via [...]

Why WiFi Speed Matters in Hospitals

Over the last decade, WiFi has been driving the efficiency and flexibility of administrative tasks in the healthcare setting, ranging from patient check-ins to medical data collection and even treatment plan coordination. Now, a variety of applications in hospitals rely on WiFi, including smart beds, oxygen monitoring devices, x-rays, and [...]

Network Performance Monitoring in Busy Venues

Good, consistent wireless performance is the expectation in all locations, including busy venues like airports, concert halls, and professional sports stadiums. Many users experience slow service when a large number of devices are trying to connect to the Wi-Fi. Network performance monitoring gives you the ability to glean valuable information [...]

The Dos and Don’ts of Network Performance Monitoring

Network performance monitoring is an overlooked way to assess how well and how consistently your Wi-Fi is acting. Whether you’ve just begun or you want to implement a solution, consider the following dos and don’ts for monitoring your network performance. The Dos Do keep it simple. “It” being the monitoring [...]

What Your Wi-Fi Performance Metrics Are Telling You

If you’ve checked out our latest blogs, you’re already aware that monitoring your Wi-Fi performance is an essential component for businesses looking to provide reliable, connected services for their employees. Once you have the monitoring system installed and ready to go, how do you translate the raw data that you [...]

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