Do you want to have an efficient Wi-Fi? Start with Wireless Network Planning

See what to take into consideration to create well-structured wireless network planning

According to a recent survey by Adobe, 45% of global Internet traffic in 2018 will come only from smartphones. And sure enough, it has already reached your company – after all, how many employees are on your team now connected to the internet via mobile?

The problem is that networks were not always made to handle so many devices or to have the necessary security of the users and data traffic high volume. And it causes you problems like slowness, signal drops and vulnerabilities in protection.

Because of this scenario, it is often necessary to build a more adequate environment that is capable of meeting all the Mobility’s demands.

How to Plan the Wireless Network Structure

If you are in this phase, thinking about how to create a new network, one of the first steps to having a really efficient Wi-Fi is to invest in a structured planning. The idea is to evaluate all the operation characteristics and, thus, to find the most practical solutions to your day-by-day.

Your journey starting point is to establish what the objectives are to meet and what specifications are needed to meet your company’s connection demand.

Why Wi-Fi Structured Planning

It is important because by defining a structured design, the Wireless network expands its ability to meet the company’s routine demands – and users – by providing a more efficient and stable connection with adequate IT infrastructure.

Creating an IT Project for your network is ideal for avoiding, for example, problems at your operation critical times or to improve data protection.

How to make your structured planning

The beginning of your work will be the the environment and the company purpose analysis. In addition, you should consider:

  • What should the network deliver, according to the company’s purposes?
  • What will be the coverage area?
  • Is it possible to conduct a Site Survey and check the actual environment conditions?
  • How many devices will be connected? Will there be a BYOD policy?
  • What will users access in this environment? And what are the network security rules for the data that should be part of the action?

With these answers in hand you’ll have a more complete picture of what kind of tools and technologies you need to include in your Professional Wi-Fi system and how to integrate that into your production model.

Remember that Structured Planning is just one of the steps to building an efficient network – but without it, every one else will be compromised!

Ready to take this step? If you have any questions, or want our help, just talk to one of our consultants!

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