As anyone who works in an office in London will know, London WiFi connectivity can be problematic at times, especially for a major metropolitan area. That being said, the problems with London WiFi connectivity might not be as unsolvable as you think.
In this article, we’ll take a closer look at some simple ways you can improve your office’s London WiFi connectivity today and how Smart LTD can help.
Upgrading The Router
Oftentimes, people assume that the solution to their WiFi issue will be to pay more money to their provider. While this is sometimes true, slow speeds are just one of many reasons for poor WiFi connectivity, and if you’re looking for a solution then you should probably start by making sure your router is up-to-date.
Old WiFi routers tend to slow down and lose some connectivity over time. If your main issue is that people are struggling to find the router, then the chances are that this is the problem. Upgrading the router and setting up WiFi extensions throughout your workplace will likely solve this problem and will cost you far less in the long run than upgrading your WiFi package.
Check Your Drivers
While this can be a fair amount more technical, it’s well worth checking that your drivers are up-to-date. Driver mismatch is generally as simple to solve as downloading a new driver. It can take an afternoon to fix and provide instant results. For help checking or updating your drivers, why not give Smart LTD a call?
Set Up Wired Connections
Speaking of ways in which Smart LTD could help you improve your London WiFi connectivity, wired connections are one of the most reliable methods you could go for. Wired connections cut through many of the most common issues with WiFi connectivity such as device interference, security problems, or even hardware failures and create a more reliable all-round system. Even if you do have more WiFi problems later down the road, wired connections will make it far easier to identify where the problem is coming from as they’ll cut down on a whole range of potential causes/problems.
All in all, while there certainly is a time and a place to upgrade your WiFi package, it’s always worth looking at all your options first. After all, the chances are there may be a far simpler, far less expensive solution to your problems and it’s even possible that upgrading your package won’t do anything to help.