Managed Wi-Fi

The Future of Wi-Fi is Now

Wi-Fi networks and underlying technologies have recently undergone a huge leap in technological advancements. With Wi-Fi 6 certification approved in early 2021 by Wi-Fi Alliance, this will bring about a rise in innovation. Devices operating on this new spectrum will deliver lower latency, gigabit speeds and higher capacity. Operating on this band will need to have the respective network infrastructure in place to support a new user experience. With global network performance predictions increasing at an unprecedented rate, how will this affect your Wi-Fi network? There is only one way to look at it.

The Veracloud Way!

Wi-Fi as a Service

The future of Wi-Fi is not only in the technology but in its delivery. Built on Cisco Meraki technology, Veracloud is a market leader in providing Managed Wi-Fi Networks. From the assessment of your needs and design of your network, to the implementation and ongoing maintenance, we will take care of everything for you to focus on what matters the most…your business.

From a fully managed Wi-Fi network to a co-managed one, our custom solutions will fit your every need. Whether you are deploying Wi-Fi for the first time or upgrading an existing system, our engineers will help you with the design and implementation plan to ensure that your organisation gets the best levels of performance, stability, and security on your Wi-Fi network.

With the launch of an online Wi-Fi Cost Estimator, Veracloud has all the options readily available to provide complete peace of mind in providing an affordable Wi-Fi solution best suited to your business needs. Additionally, through its Managed Wi-Fi service, you will never need to waste your admin’s time with deploying, managing, and troubleshooting your Wi-Fi networks. But that’s not all. Apart from your standard project-based approach, Veracloud can provide financing options too by removing the burden of capital investment and towards a new concept of WaaS…Wi-Fi as a Service.

Reach out today and learn more about how Veracloud can help you integrate the best Wi-Fi technology on the market.

Cloud Computing

How Cloud Technology is Helping us Get Through COVID-19

What does the Future Hold for Businesses

So much has changed during the COVID-19 outbreak where working remotely has ended up, you can say, the only option to learn, work and relax for both individuals and organisations. Organisations who had already invested in cloud technologies had an early lead advantage to getting their employees to become a remote workforce and to work on their teleworking adoption mentality. Also, those organisations that had not previously invested quickly found a budget to immediately migrate to the cloud.

What does this mean? Cloud technology abruptly positioned itself as the ‘go-to’ business continuity solution for all types of organisations, big or small. The question now is, will the affected industries and sectors remain with this concept of remote working or will they go back to old habits.

Cloud Technology pushing us through COVID-19

Manage and Diversifying Risk

The concept of cloud technology, for those who adopt and implement it, is to eliminates the dependency of physical data centres which host servers, switches, firewalls, etc… in order to all the proper management and upkeep of infrastructure, data, and applications in real-time, wherever you are located. This in turn has the direct benefit of not requiring IT administrators to be on-site to check, maintain and monitor networks and servers. This helps comply with governments requests to keep people safe and adhere to social distancing whilst allows for businesses to operate to continue to operate without the need of having their staff within the office.

Enabling Remote Work

If there was one good thing to come out of this pandemic is that the adoption of remote working was exponentially accelerated which allowed organisation who had been contemplating about moving the cloud but where unsure, to actually do it. They may now evaluate and compare their business efficiency and operations, before and after COVID, to take the decision on how to move forward with the remote workforce initiative from here on.

What does the Future Hold?

Tried and Tested

Cloud-enabled companies now have the practical experience of how a global disaster can affect their business and are now better prepared and equipped to weather any future interruptions and recover from them. With that said, apart from recover point, cloud-enabled organisation are now even better positioned to recover faster giving them a competitive advantage.

Digital Transformation…Now

The global widespread adoption of cloud technologies due to COVID-19 for remote work has opened a world of opportunity for them to properly investigate and invest in digital transformation technologies. This means that each and every business now has the opportunity to position themselves as the other world-leading organisations who use cloud technology to gain a business edge.

The new Norm of Remote Working

Organisations are now intending to shift some or most of their on-site employees to become remote workers passed COVID-19. The amount of money which may be saved by enterprises on rent of office space for both their staff and data centres, as well as time spent for their employees to commute is not something to be ignored.

Proof that you need to put in place new types of Business Continuity Plans

Now, more than ever, companies who either didn’t have a business continuity plan (BCP) or had gaps in there BCP have had a cold slap of reality and have taken the initiative of creating and updating their BCP.

The traditional thinking that a BCP is only in place to perform backups is something that has been recently realised. Backups are used to perform a one-time fix to a disaster, however, COVID19 proved that disasters may sometime take longer than a couple of days but will last months, if not years. Therefore, backups alone will not cut is and thus why organisations are looking into cloud technologies to implement a proper and robust BCP.  

Business continuity plans of the future will include a cloud-based remote access infrastructure that can be scaled up on the fly to support an entire workforce when needed. They should have relationships managed services partners that can help businesses handle increased IT operational workload so they can stay focused on their immediate business needs.

We are Here to Help

If you need help getting your business into the cloud quickly, enabling remote work, mitigating the risks of offshore outsourcing or reinforcing your business continuity plan with the agility of Azure and Office 365 technologies — our team is here to help. Get in touch to schedule a call today.