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Steven Scheck is the Principal of Inspire WiFi, the nationwide leader of WiFi networks for the multifamily, hospitality and healthcare industries. He believes more and more people should be aware of the latest trends in wireless connectivity and draw benefits. Especially, the community WiFi should be put into relevant use. He also believes that hospital WiFi has become an integral part of the healthcare industry and hints at is varied form of use. So, he shares the innovations in WiFi through his write-ups.
When he isn’t bringing WiFi to the masses, he enjoys spending time and traveling with his wife and 4 kids and occasionally gets in a round of golf. He is also very involved in philanthropic causes in Miami and nationally.
New analytics and data technology is allowing small businesses the ability to measure how their connectivity -- wired or wireless -- is impacting their bottom line.Sep 21, 2015 215 Shares
Today the success of almost any business, large or small, is dependent upon its handling of data. More specifically, the problem for many businesses seems to be how to use that data with speed and security. For one possible solution, read on.Sep 1, 2015 250 Shares
Just because access to the Internet is easier today more than ever thanks to public WiFi hotspots, it's probably not a good idea to operate your business using these connections exclusively.Aug 23, 2015 765 Shares
Is your business relies on WiFi connections, it's likely that you've been disappointed in its performance. Luckily, there are ways to improve your WiFi connection speeds -- and some could be done in just a few seconds at no cost.Jul 29, 2015 999 Shares
Small businesses can't rely on public WiFi and public networks to get through the day. A secure network is necessary but business-grade options had always been expensive. New updates, however, could change that prospect for a lot of small business owners.Jul 23, 2015 454 Shares
Offering a free WiFi connection to your customers could prove to be a real boon to business. However, you could potentially commit one of several fatal errors that could end up causing that decision to backfire.Jul 14, 2015 248 Shares
Enterprise mobility implies a level of networking, connectivity and data security reserved for big businesses with big IT budgets. But that doesn't have to be the case. WiFi can deliver much the same level of service for small businesses on a tighter budget too.Jun 21, 2015 522 Shares
WiFi technologies are providing a lot of opportunities for small business owners to seize upon. And the good news is that, as the technology advances, more opportunities should present themselves.May 25, 2015 408 Shares
The technology may yield more benefits and be less complicated than you think.Mar 20, 2015 445 Shares