Do the Ubiquity units require a contract for management?
That's even better!
When putting a new WIFI system into a building, how do you plan how many WIFI AP's you need and where they go?
I have a 1 level business that has WIFI right now in their server room that isn't doing the job. It's not the best place to put it, but since it's a Meraki Router With WIFI that's where it ended up.
I want to make sure I minimize cost, have a solution that works and that as they move laptops throughout the building will automatically hand off to another WIFI AP smoothly w/o interruption. Central management would be nice as well. Meraki has their access points but they are pricey. We also need guest WIFI. There will be about 20 clients on the private network and 15 on the guest (we make employee's use guest for their personal devices)
So, 2 questions here:
1 - How do you determine how many AP's you need and where you need them?
2 - What brand/solution do you use the most that won't break the bank?
What are your thoughts on the Bitdefender Box (Version 2) for home users?
Is it a detriment that the antivirus on your gateway is the same as on your PC? I have always liked having a different AV on my PC than what is on my gateway. (What one may miss the other may detect.)
I'll have to look into the legal issue. It's company owned equipment. Pretty sure Utah law allows it but I will check to be sure. I have 20 years in Law Enforcement Experience and from what I recall as long as it's a business computer it's game on. But I'll double check Utah Code.
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