Wi-Fi is essential today and a must in any working environment. Businesses especially are rapidly accepting this, adopting both company and guest Wi-Fi networks. Without easy data access for the use of everyday technology, company risk being left behind. TVNET recognise this offering a full end to end Wi-Fi proposition for offices, hotels, restaurants, warehouses, retail premises, hospitals, colleges and schools.
Wi-Fi uses radio waves to send data from your wireless enables devices including laptops, PCs, tablets and mobile phones across a network. When you send an email or browse the internet, the wireless adapter in your device translates your data into radio waves and sent to a wireless access point or router. The router which is in turn connected to the internet encodes your data and sends it out via the internet. Any data such as email replies or web pages come back via the internet and pass through a wireless router and are decoded into radio signals which are then picked up by your device.
TVNET will visit your site, qualify the Wi-Fi connectivity requirement, access the structure of a building and identify any potential challenges with the rollout of a Wi-Fi solution. Our Wi-Fi survey is designed to ensure you have sufficient Wi-Fi coverage so that everyone stays connected wherever they are in your office. We will also make sure that you have sufficient network capacity to run the applications that your business relies on including video and voice communications. We will find the best places for your Wi-Fi access points, spot any network security issues and identify your structured cabling requirements.
Accounting for building infrastructure, connectivity through data networks, building footfall, employee and guest usage, TVNET will provide a quotation aligned to the best solution to your business objectives. Where applicable, TVNET will liaise with other relevant providers, ensuring a unified approach in the design of an appropriate solution. We’ll design a secure wireless network that has the capacity to handle your business-critical applications as well as future-proofing your network for years to come.
TVNET will liaise and organise dates, access and equipment, then attend site to conduct the installation of your agreed Wi-Fi solution. Our project managers will oversee the procurement of your WiFi equipment and the implementation of the network design. Our highly experienced and qualified engineers will pre-configure the WiFi equipment at our offices in Bristol before arranging to visit your premises to complete the installation. Once the installation is complete we run full diagnostics tests to ensure everything is running according to expectations.
Moving forward TVNET offer support and maintenance. Wireless technology is constantly improving, as upgrades become available and as the needs of your business evolve and change, TVNET ensure good upkeep of existing equipment, plus flexibility for additional equipment. As moves and changes to your working environment take place, we will analyse your network traffic, identify potential bottlenecks or bandwidth issues and optimise the network for your business-critical applications. We will monitor network security to protect you from unauthorised access and malicious attacks.
Keep in mind that your internet connection is vital to your business. As such, you need to work with the right provider that can give you the support you need without compromising on quality, speed, and reliability.
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Signal reception may vary, depending on how far you are to routers and the presence of any physical barriers (e.g. wall material, water pipes). Other networks in adjoining offices or neighbours may also compete with yours. Signal interference coming from office equipment like microwaves can also disrupt connections.
The answer depends on a few factors: Activities, number of users, number of devices…
Yes, it will. People these days prefer to not be tethered to one place when working. Perhaps you have conference rooms or break rooms. You may even need to conduct meetings in other areas where wired connections may not be possible.
A hotspot is any location in your office or store where people can access your internet. To create a public hotspot for your customers, you should…
This depends on the amount of traffic that you anticipate your network to handle. If you have a storefront, it’s generally a good idea to have separate networks—one for the public and the other for private office use.
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Steve Morris, Network Manager, Oldfield School