Benefits of a Fully Managed WiFi Solution for a Business

Benefits of a Fully Managed WiFi Solution for a Business

Enterprise Networking Mag | Friday, January 14, 2022

Any firm that considers WiFi as a key component of its daily operations should investigate managed WiFi solutions.

Fremont, CA: The quick emergence of new disruptive technology trends, such as cloud computing, social media, and mobile computing, has brought a new dimension to company operations. Connectivity is currently the most crucial aspect of operating a competitive firm. For an enterprise-grade WLAN solution that provides 100 percent secure and seamless connectivity, organizations must outsource WLAN design, installation, and management to a qualified technology partner. A fully managed WiFi solution provides wireless connectivity that is quick, easily accessible, and secure across the whole enterprise with various subscription-based pricing structures.

The benefits of managed WiFi for a business:

Ease in business operations

The first and most obvious advantage of outsourcing WLAN administration is the streamlined access to connectivity. The IT department is no longer burdened by network outages and users' incessant demands for accessibility across the organization. The technology partner manages the complete WLAN ecosystem, taking care of all the company's WiFi needs, from analyzing corporate requirements to developing and installing a customized WLAN system, as well as managing and operating the system on a daily basis.

High security

Open and accessible networks to a large number of people and devices can result in major security vulnerabilities. A managed WLAN service provides a multi-layered security architecture, including a centralized authentication infrastructure to regulate network access, automatic tracking of all users and devices, and wireless intrusion detection, prevention, and mitigation.

Complete visibility and control

With a fully managed wireless network, businesses achieve an unprecedented level of network visibility and management. A cloud-based, centralized WLAN monitoring dashboard provides an in-depth view of the complete WLAN infrastructure as well as control at the application- and user levels. Managers can regulate WiFi consumption by app category and make prompt choices using weekly or monthly data.

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