Today, the general public expect to be able to connect through free or paid Wi-Fi, wherever they are.
By definition, public venues are often large areas needing many wireless access points. This can be challenging from an implementation perspective and needs an in-depth understanding of Wi-Fi behaviour.
Fiber Corp has significant experience in public venues including museums, shopping centres and stadiums.
The retail sector is arguably where Wi-Fi will be leveraged more than anywhere else over the next few years.
Wi-Fi can act as an added avenue for retailers to communicate with shoppers. Ultimately it can directly lead to increased time that customers spend in-store through tailored marketing and promotional offers.
Through Bluetooth technology, another wireless medium, extremely accurate location-based promotions can be pushed to customers’ phones or tablets.
Wi-Fi now operates at such high speeds that many corporate offices are switching to 100% wireless.
Staff connecting their own devices to the corporate Wi-Fi, and increasing demands for quality voice and video over IP (internet protocol) are seeing rapid uptake of wireless in offices.
Staff and visitors using corporate Wi-Fi can pose security risks as well as substantial added IT administration.
In addition to supplying and deploying Wi-Fi hardware, Fiber Corp provides software that ensures secure access to the network with minimal IT intervention. This allows IT staff to be more strategic in their focus.
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