2014 Summer Of Sport - Can Your Network Handle The Heat?

This summer Great Britain will be relying on Andy Murray to return to Wimbledon to regain his title of champion, and on England’s finest players to take to Brazil and bring home the WorldCup for the first time in almost 50 years. But just like we are relying on our sporting heroes, your employees will be relying on our your wireless network to be seamless, always on and stable. A recent Survey by broadbandbuyer.co.uk (www.broadbandbuyer.co.uk) suggests that whilst 47% of people will watch the big games on the big screens, just over 40% will also rely on smart TV’s, tablets and smartphones – so they can be sure not to miss out on a goal, penalty or match point.

Therefore, if organisations are going to survive this super sporting summer, they need to be sure that their wireless networks are supercharged and able to cope with the demand of live streaming. With live game coverage, 24 hour commentary and news updates, your organisation needs to maintain employee productivity, and the only real way to ensure this is by making sure your wireless network is ready and stable. Don’t make the mistake of leaving it until the last minute. Talk to Building Zones today –we provide a no fee Wi-Fi readiness survey onsite to identify any weak spots, helping you to keep your business moving and your employees happy and productive! Contact our site survey team today – info@buildingzones.com

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