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MegaPath Launches Managed WiFi Offering

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PLEASANTON, Calif. -- MegaPath Corporation, one of the leading providers of managed data, voice, security and cloud services in North America, today announced the availability of its Managed WiFi offering, providing distributed organizations with a secure wireless Local Area Network (LAN). With the Managed WiFi offering, MegaPath is making it easier for businesses to provide their employees and customers with secure, reliable WiFi access without the burden of having to manage the wireless network.

MegaPath Managed WiFi provides companies with a turnkey solution that includes the design, configuration, installation and implementation of their wireless network. MegaPath also provides proactive monitoring and management of the network and help desk support 24/7/365. MegaPath Managed WiFi includes built-in security that protects the wireless network from attacks and automatically enforces the right access policies by type or device. With MegaPath Managed WiFi, companies can also obtain business intelligence through visibility into wireless network usage, including store traffic and loyalty data.

“According to Cisco’s Visual Networking Index, more than half of all monthly traffic from mobile-connected devices will be offloaded to the fixed network by means of WiFi and other solutions by 2018,” said David Williams, President, Managed Services, MegaPath. “Companies need to be prepared to provide secure Internet connectivity and LAN capabilities to their branch locations, and MegaPath’s Managed WiFi solution is a natural extension of our managed services and networking portfolio that enables our customers to do that without increasing the management burden on their IT teams.”

MegaPath Inc.

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