Since the increase of mobile devices, enterprise networks have become more susceptible to wireless risks, including neighboring WiFi networks, hot spots, and mobile WiFi. It is important to address all the possible risks that are associated with implementing a wireless network.
Writing a Request for Proposal (RFP) can seem overwhelming if you don’t know where to begin. RFPs should be concise and clear, yet detailed. Below is a list of various sections to include in an RFP to make it beneficial for both parties.
WiFi as a Service (WaaS), or managed WiFi, can be priced many different ways. Before getting into pricing models, it helps to review the cost elements of any project. All WiFi projects have four cost elements: labor, materials, other direct costs (ODC), and travel.
A WiFi project begins with finding a consultant to help with the initial design process. The first meeting can be a phone call or an email, and it is used to obtain a better understanding of the requirements and constraints of a project. In order for the meeting to be as effective as possible, think about the following things before contacting your WiFi consultant.
Use a WiFi design checklist to help you prepare for building, restoring, or updating a wireless network.