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Published in Website Design
Wednesday, 13 February 2013 01:55

Offer free Wi-Fi to keep customers happy


BigHospitality discovers that offering free wireless coverage on your premises is no longer a luxury – it's a necessity if you want to keep your customers happy

Wi-Fi users tend to be 'young, dynamic with plenty of disposable income'

Internet usage in restaurants is becoming ever more common. Whereas in the past it was something customers expected to pay for, with better broadband connections at home and in the office, many are now reluctant to pay exorbitant charges for wireless coverage when they're out and about.

Published in WiFi Hotspots
Sunday, 03 February 2013 01:00

Building A Switch Network for BYOD

Bring Your Own Device

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) brings huge opportunities for business users - and huge headaches for the IT networking teams that support them. Power over Ethernet (PoE) offers network designers a way to properly support BYOD users.

The proliferation of tablets and smartphones has tempted employees to bring them to work - and others visiting a company's offices will often want to use their own devices, too. Research firm Gartner found that 32 % of organisations are now providing technical support for personal smartphones, 37% t for tablets, and 44% for personal laptops. This is a trend that is not going away, and organisations must prepare their networks for it.

Published in IT Support