Do you suspect a drain on your WiFi signal may be caused by someone siphoning off all your company's available bandwidth? Here are ways to protect your small business's wireless network from freeloaders and potential hackers.
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.
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