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What is Managed Wi-Fi ?

Is an outsourced wireless network that allows residents, guests, or customers to connect to the Internet via multiple access points throughout a building, ensuring property-wide access. It’s a cloud-based technology, meaning that Internet providers manage, control, and troubleshoot a business or property’s WiFi remotely, removing the need for an on-site IT department to manage a building’s WiFi network.

What is Managed Wi-Fi benefits?


Cost-Effective

Managed WiFi is managed by an Internet provider, meaning businesses can cut the costs associated with needing an on-site IT department to manage and troubleshoot a property’s WiFi, as well as have access to cutting-edge wireless technology and cyber-security professionals.

Reliability

For those who use a managed WiFi network, providers have 24/7 Dedicated Support that diagnoses, troubleshoot, and fix WiFi problems remotely – without having to come on-site for support.

Security

As mentioned earlier, security can be a major concern of managed WiFi connections – however for many, it’s a major benefit (as long as the provider has ethical practices.).

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