Errors and Slow Speeds – It might not seem like a big deal when web pages are loading in four seconds versus two seconds. Sure, that’s an inconvenience, but is it really making a difference for your business? The problem is that we’re not talking about a single web page, we’re talking about what could be hundreds per day, per employee, resulting in hours of lost productivity.
This situation is actually an oversimplification because, if you’re having WiFi issues, the problems are likely running deeper than slow-loading pages. One example that is a bit further along the “annoyance scale” is the page load error, which could mean your employees are being slowed down or stopped in their tracks when signing in to your cloud systems or servers.
Any busy, modern business environment will be hit hard by delays of any kind
Crashing Systems – Beyond crashing pages, an aging WiFi system can cause whole systems to fail. Dashboards leveraging real-time engineering or sales data are critical to the day-to-day (or even minute-by-minute) operations of a company. Thes applications are generally data-heavy and depend on fast networks.