However, there are 6 things you can check to see if your business Wi-Fi strength can be improved
In your office, you may be blocking the signal with brick walls or metal furniture
Wi-Fi is a little like a radio frequency. You can choose a channel to receive on, but your neighbouring businesses may be on the same channel, which could impact your Wi-Fi speed
What does your business need Wi-Fi for? Live streaming? Video conferencing?
These activities take up a lot of your bandwidth so you may want to look at increasing it.
If your internet connection is slow, then your Wi-Fi is also likely to experience slow speeds.
How many people and devices are using your Wi-Fi?
You may have too many people/devices accessing it - an upgrade to accommodate may be in order.
Do you open up your Wi-Fi to visitors?
It may be time to look at a public and a private network, to reduce the impact on the day-to-day activities.
Or, can your business operate offline?
If it can’t, then slow Wi-Fi speeds are just as damaging because you need to be effective to be profitable.It might be an idea to think about what Wi-Fi slowness costs you as a business.
Even one day of downtime due to poor access can have a huge impact on a business.