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Wireless web camera to monitor construction progress"The ProviNET technology consultants were able to come to our construction site right away to survey our needs, offering us the best location to house the camera, along with a solution to connect the needed features. The entire ProviNET team is a pleasure to work with. It is a great pleasure to work with an I.T. company, who not only has great service, but also has qualified personable staff who are ethical and just a pleasure to work with."

Rick Molenhouse, Community Manager for Victorian Village Retirement Community

Wireless Solutions

With the ever increasing growth of smart phones, tablets and mobile computers, along with an expanding mobile workforce and the need to stay connected at all times, businesses are finding that they are stretching their WiFi network connections and data capacities to the limit.

Choosing the right wireless network

If you find your business in need of upgrading or adding a wireless network, to accommodate the growth of your business and it's technology demands, understanding the right networking choice can be confusing. ProviNET's certified staff is here to offer you the best solution to your needs whether it be a Local Area Network (LAN), Wide Area Network (WAN), or a Mobile Broadband Solution. A well-designed wireless infrastructure can provide multiple benefits, including:

  • Reduced amount of cable required to outfit a location
  • Greater flexibility that allows users quick access to the network
  • Improved employee collaboration and productivity
  • Easier deployment and relocation
  • Increased security

Building Reliable Wireless Networks for Businesses

When it comes to network consulting services, ProviNET has the experts you need -- no matter the size of your organization or building structure. Our certified wireless network engineers will assist you during every phase of choosing and leveraging the right solution for your IT environment. Our approach includes:

  • An initial discovery assessment to understand your requirements, goals, and budget
  • An assessment reviewing your existing environment and definition of project requirements
  • Detailed vendor evaluations, recommendations, and future design growth
  • Configuration, and deployment of the final solution
  • Ongoing network lifecycle and support

From secure, wireless networks access for your business office to public WiFi access points, ProviNET will design a custom wireless network solution that maximizes signal strength getting you the speed, and range that your wireless users and network demands. Contact a Wireless Network expert today for a free consultation.

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Benefits of a Wireless Network:

Wireless connectivity in a workspace - The use of wireless networks in the office help support the growing number of employees that use handheld devices and laptop computers, allowing them to work freely, on-the-go.

Meeting/conference room connectivity - Many businesses install a wireless network especially with a meeting and conference room in mind. Being wireless, allows collaborative connectivity in a group setting, along with connectivity to wireless equipment such as laptop computers and WiFi projectors, making it easier for file accessability and presentations.

Internet access for guests and visitors - Many businesses are setting up their "own hot spot" for their guests and visiting clients, allowing them easy access to the internet. Public spaces such as outdoor areas, lobbies, and even the cafeteria can offer an open "Internet" access that's entirely separate from the corporate network.

Monitoring and automation - One of the driving factors that cause businesses to establish wireless networks is to monitor, automate, and control production processes -- the manufacturing industry is a perfect example for this. If you can imagine a large warehouse or factory that has spread out workstations throughout the building, this can make a wired connection a challenge to set up and maintain -- wireless provides excellent connectivity for linking up data communications from all workstations and control points along the assembly line.