Why your workplace should be wireless: Wi-Fi benefits for business

1 year ago

Today’s businesses no longer need to connect to the internet via cables that leave professionals chained to their desks. Wireless technology has made mobile first possible. Pew Research Center shows 77 percent of Americans owned smartphones in 2017—a dramatic increase from 35 percent in 2011.

People use wireless internet connections to communicate, work, and save money on data. Customers expect free Wi-Fi in-store and in waiting areas. Mobile commerce options allow your customers to bypass long lines, pay with mobile devices, and receive an overall better shopping experience.

Wi-Fi-enabled business devices keep your employees connected and operations running ...

The ultimate guide to small-business internet part 3: wi-fi

2 years ago

How to make Wi-Fi work for you

Wired connections are generally more reliable and consistent than Wi-Fi, but wireless internet is still crucial for most businesses. In part 3 we’ll explore how Wi-Fi helps your business, what equipment you need, and how you can make it as secure and effective as possible.

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