Timico has today launched a new Wireless LAN proposition in a bid to provide an end-to-end solution for customers and respond to increasing demand for ubiquitous Internet access.
Wireless LAN is ideal for businesses looking to securely expand their BYOD and mobile working propositions, prompting Timico to build upon its existing infrastructure and connectivity offerings to develop a complete, robust solution for customers looking to provide wireless staff and guest access or PCI compliant wireless payment terminals as part of their LAN.
A recent survey by Gartner found that by 2017 one in two firms will no longer provide devices to their employees, with figures from Intel showing that around 82% of companies already let staff use personal devices in the office. Timico has found that employees typically have an average of three and a half wireless devices connected to the corporate WLAN at any given time, making the ability to manage, shape and monitor the traffic it generates increasingly vital.
Andrew Fox, Director of Managed Networks at Timico, said: “Where we are already providing the connectivity and managed router, it makes complete sense to extend our offering further into our customers’ premises and take single ownership for the design, configuration, engineering, deployment and support of their entire connectivity solution.”
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