SecurEdge Networks simplifies networking to deliver the wireless systems businesses need. SecurEdge Networks is an IT Solutions Provider specializing in secure mobility, data security, visual communications, and learning technologies.
With all the dynamics of professional environments and the complexity of wireless connectivity, a lot of businesses are beginning to move towards innovative solutions to deliver mission-critical Wi-Fi to its daily operations.
Experiencing problems or challenges when trying to support consumer grade devices on an enterprise grade wireless network? You are not alone! In this edition of Whiteboard Wednesday, Michael explains how the SecurEdge team assists customers with problems like these on a regular basis.
What network performance challenges prevent your IT team from providing end users with an optimal experience? In this Wi-Fi Minute, Danny explains a few common problems and how performance monitoring could be the solution that puts your company back on track.
When it comes to the IT profession, expectations can be high usually accomplished by a low number of dedicated staff members. What is the best way for IT teams to overcome the many obstacles and challenges they face daily? In this edition of the Wi-Fi Minute, Danny explains how your business can maximize its potential without overwhelming your team.
In a digital-first world, where everyone uses mobile devices, your company’s WiFi network takes on a much more significant role than ever before. Long gone are the days where end users on your network could afford to wait a few hours -- or days -- for their computer hardware, operating system, software application, or network connection to get repaired.
How is your marketing team reaching their customers effectively and efficiently? In the latest episode of the Wi-Fi Minute, Danny explains three innovative ways you can use captive portals to drive guests back to your business.
Are you planning a new wireless network for your company and wondering what your new WiFi network will cost? Or do you have an existing WiFi network that’s either too slow, too unreliable, or not secure?
Ten years ago, buying WiFi typically revolved around finding a qualified value-added reseller (VAR) or managed service provider (MSP). Then you’d get a price quote on a package of hardware and a reasonably firm estimate on installation costs.