WIRELESS NETWORK SOLUTIONS
Access the Internet Anytime and Anywhere
Wireless internet access is no longer an added perk in the office; it’s a requirement that every company is expected to meet. However, air wave interference, endpoint location, and more can reduce the quality of your wireless network. That’s where Mindsight comes in. We can conduct an assessment of your current network infrastructure, implement a new infrastructure, or help you determine what wireless network solutions best suit your needs.
With Mindsight’s wireless network solutions, you can experience the same high-quality, interference-free internet access you receive from a wired connection. Use Cisco Prime Infrastructure to streamline your network management, or for a cloud managed option, visit our Cloud Managed Networks page.
Go ahead; allow employees to stream video, bring their own devices, use Software as a Service (SaaS) platforms, and work outside the cubical/office walls—all without sacrificing network performance and security.
Achieve Anywhere, Anytime Access
Reduce the frustrations of a slow connection with Mindsight’s Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN). Through Cisco’s CleanAir technology that automatically removes interference, and VideoStream that enables high-quality video streaming without lag, Mindsight’s Wireless LAN technology will deliver the high-quality wireless connection employees come to expect at work.Learn More
Wireless Managed Networks
Streamline how you manage both your wired and wireless networks with Cisco Prime Infrastructure. This technology allows you to view users and endpoints across your entire landscape, while maintaining and monitoring your current network. Manage your entire network in one centralized dashboard with Mindsight’s wireless management solution.Learn More
Read the latest and most relevant technology news through the Mindsight blog. Our most recent articles are below.
April 16, 2020 by Siobhan Climer and Eric White While the ramifications of the coronavirus outbreak on workplace statistics have yet to be fully realized, the number of employees now working remotely has obviously grown enormously. What does this growth mean for remote network…Read More
October 1, 2019 by Siobhan Climer Here’s a quick first aid assessment. Three patients enter the emergency department. Patient A has a fever of 103.2°F and is complaining of a headache. Patient B has a venous wound along their leg and is bleeding heavily.…Read More
June 25, 2019 by Siobhan Climer The release of 802.11ax – or Wi-Fi 6 – marks a swift shift in wireless networking. It is, theoretically, dramatically faster than Wi-Fi 5, offering the same basic service – Internet connectivity – at 9.6 Gbps (that’s 3.5…Read More