Over the past couple of years, the average number of wireless devices on a business network has increased massively. Companies rely on Wifi Connectivity for a number of business critical devices such as Smartphones, Laptops and Tablet PC’s.

A ‘business hub’ in the corner of your office just doesn’t cut it nowadays. Users need faster, stronger and more secure wireless connectivity.

Cloud9ine Commuications can provide concrete support with the design and set up of a wireless network.

How it works

 

It all starts with offering an easy to use, secure and fully branded Wi-Fi login experience for your guests. They login via their Social Media or Email account giving you to the opportunity to automatically collect contact details as well as various demographic details of your guests.

Stay in touch after their visit

 

Set up automated email messages to stay in touch with your guests after their visit. Send birthday messages, special offers and use TripAdvisor review express ™ or if you are a hotel, encourage a direct booking for their next visit

Frequently Asked Questions

Will it benefit my business?

When it comes to the way people use the Internet, people are divided. But, the fact of the matter is, your customers and your staff have come to expect 24/7 access without compromise. What if there was a public Wi-Fi solution that didn’t cost your business the earth, was managed remotely by an external partner (including supporting your end users 24/7) and allowed you to create a new marketing channel with excellent demographic information for sending promotions and campaigns? We have Public Wi-Fi Networks running in hotels, restaurants, pubs, shops and sports clubs to name a few. Not to mention off-shore Wi-Fi solutions for companies offering remote employees access back home.

Will it suit my business?

The massive upsurge in the use of smart mobile devices (currently there are over 2 billion smartphones worldwide) and the rise of BYOD (bring your own device) culture has resulted in a corresponding increase in the demand for connectivity. Wi-Fi Networks are now required to provide safe and fast connectivity to a growing number of diverse devices.
Add to this, the huge growth in Internet usage with social media and other web-based applications. Employees require more than just email access and expect high speed connectivity to be present always and on any device.

Gone are the days of providing a few wireless hot spots in the office, WLAN now needs to manage thousands of users, using a variety of devices, and deliver enterprise grade Internet connectivity to a multitude of business sites. The magnitude of Wi-Fi management is enough to tie up valuable in-house IT personnel daily. Outsourcing to a managed WLAN service provider removes the burden of the day-to-day WLAN operations and frees up the core IT team to concentrate on other business critical issues.

Whether you have a small office or a large enterprise spread over multiple locations, connectivity is critical for running a competitive business. A well-managed wireless ecosystem allows employees the freedom to move away from their desktops and to be flexible with their work environment; this, in turn, creates and fosters a more productive work culture.

Do I have a legal requirement?

FTTC and FTTP are the two primary methods for the delivery of broadband into a business premise or home.
FTTC, short for Fibre to the Cabinet, as the name suggests, means that internet is distributed through the “cabinet” which you will find on your street. The connection has two levels: Firstly, high speed fibre-optic cable runs from the internet service provider through to the cabinet; from the cabinet to the home or premises, normal copper wires are used.

With FTTP, the acronym for Fibre to the Premises, instead of having two pit-stops, it is a direct line from the Independent Service Provider straight into the premises, all on pure fibre-optic cabling.