If you are having issues with your Wi-Fi connections to where the signal is not strong here are a few simple solutions.
Reset your router and see if that resolves the issue. More often than not, your router needs to be reset so that the settings can clear itself and be able to work again. Once the settings have been restarted your signal should work again. In some cases, you will also need to restart your computer or laptop to ping a good signal.
Install a Wi-Fi access point. Wi-Fi access points are used throughout a building that is larger in square feet or has multiple floors. When a Wi-Fi access point is installed, it will connect directly with the modem and disperse the internet speeds from the source. Allowing your users to tap into the guest Wi-Fi network and get the same signal/speed as if they were sitting right next to the modem. This solution works really well when you experience lagging or lower speeds in certain parts of the building.
The last resort would be to look at your internet speeds. If you have multiple devices and services that require the internet to operate, then essentially you are bogging the internet down. By devices we mean your computers, laptops, copiers, and printers. By services we mean your surveillance, alarms, and access control systems. The more devices and services you have connected to the internet, the more you will experience low connectivity and or no connectivity at all when you try and tap into the Wi-Fi. By having a more robust speed you can then ensure that anyone or any device, using the internet, can function at optimal speeds.
To learn more about how to make your Wi-Fi work for you, your business, your employees, and your guests, contact C Three Business Consultants today!