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  • In busy office environments or areas with high user density, WiFi networks can become congested, leading to slower speeds and degraded performance for connected devices. This congestion can result from too many devices competing for limited bandwidth or interference from neighbouring networks.

Coverage & Dead Zones

  • Businesses may encounter areas within their premises where WiFi coverage is weak or nonexistent, commonly referred to as dead zones. This can occur due to physical obstacles like walls, large metal objects, or the distance from access points. Inadequate coverage can result in poor connectivity and user dissatisfaction.

& Signal Strength

  • WiFi signals can be affected by interference from nearby electronic devices, such as microwaves, cordless phones, or Bluetooth devices. Additionally, signal strength can degrade over distance, leading to slower speeds and unreliable connections, especially in larger facilities or multi-story buildings.


  • Insecure WiFi networks are susceptible to various security threats, including unauthorized access, data breaches, and malware attacks. Businesses need robust security measures, such as encryption, authentication protocols, and network segmentation, to protect sensitive information and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.

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