Wireless Site Survey and WiFi Network Assessment
Most businesses don't realize it, but there is a true science to laying out a good and secure WiFi network that creates full coverage without over-investing hardware. Planning is a key step that is often overlooked. Throughout a facility or campus, many factors will affect the strength and distribution of WiFi signals, ranging from the types of antennas used to the materials in walls and doors to even structural elements such as the placement of water-carrying pipes.
Too few WiFi access points placed haphazardly without regard for the local environment will result in "dead zones" lacking coverage. Over-compensating by placing too many access points doesn't solve the problem either. Likewise, good WiFi implementation requires awareness of an area's radio frequency (R/F) profile, what wireless devices are in use, and on which channels.
In all cases, lack of proper planning usually results in significant and needless extra expenses.
What Cybercon Solutions can do for you?
Preventing lost revenue due to WiFi downtime
Data from Statista suggests that the average cost of critical server outages in 2019 ranged from $301,000 and $400,000 — per hour. A study by ITIC found that 34% of enterprises report costs of over $1 million for an hour of downtime
WiFi improves business efficiency
Reducing customer and user frustration
Ensuring your WiFi is secure
Wireless security prevents unauthorized users from accessing your wireless network and stealing the data using your WiFi network. To be precise, wireless security ensures the protection of a WiFi network from unauthorized access.