As employees head back into the office after nearly a year and a half they may realize that their mobile devices do not work as well as they once did. Perhaps they never had ample cellular coverage to begin with and time away from the office made us quickly forget.
Employees are more dependent than ever on their mobile devices and solving connectivity issues is important. A lot of things have changed in the last year from a carrier perspective and more than likely carriers have made changes outside of your facility. Those changes can be the cause of your new challenges. Construction materials used in buildings can also impair signals.
Addressing connectivity issues is not as simple as asking your employees to log onto the Wi-Fi and turn on Wi-Fi calling. This can cause a number of problems for both the organization and your employees by overloading your Wi-Fi network. Potential issues with transitioning from Wi=Fi connectivity to cellular can also cause dropped calls bringing you right back where you started.
Employees not quite ready to come back? Even if your office won’t house employees until after the upcoming holidays, now is the time to review your cellular connectivity in your facility. If problems are found they can be solved before your building welcomes back employees.
Parallel Technologies is uniquely positioned to help solve connectivity issues with a full DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems) practice in-house. We have the necessary resources to help with the process from initial survey, to commissioning and ongoing system support. Our iBwave and RCDD (Registered Communications Distribution Designer) certified designers and installers are ready to assist you when the time is right.
Ready to get a health-check on your system or want to know more? Contact us today to get started!
About the Author
As Business Development Manager at Parallel Technologies Nate is responsible for navigating our clients through the procurement process of all of the technologies that Parallel supports. His main focus is to effectively understand our client’s unique business challenges and create solutions that best meet the end goals and objectives. He brings a unique background with 17 years of industry experience in the industry. He has spent his time in the field managing projects, estimation, engineering, and project management prior to moving into a business development role.