You’re hosting a meeting with several key stakeholders who are awaiting an in-depth presentation. If this meeting goes well, it could provide your company with the opportunity to expand and grow. You’ve prepped, you’ve practiced, and you are prepared. PowerPoint is up and ready to go, and you get ready to start the meeting off with a real-time view of your business intelligence dashboard. You click on the link but then nothing happens. Your Wi-Fi connection isn’t working.
At this point, Wi-Fi is something we expect to have access to in most public places. And, when the Wi-Fi is either slow or unavailable, we can get frustrated. Contrary to popular belief, Wi-Fi is not something that can easily be fixed by purchasing a new wireless access point from across the street, but rather is something in which we need to invest.