Want to break free from your wired network shackles and connect to the world without wires? We can help get your new or existing network up and running and with proper security measures to make sure your personal information is safe from prying eyes. Wireless networking can be especially useful for providing connectivity to mobile devices such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones.

What we do:

  • Identify the wireless infrastructure needs
  • Design a wireless network that will achieve the goals identified in step 1
  • Run network cables where appropriate
  • Physically install business-class wireless hardware
  • Configure the wireless network system
  • Enable wireless encryption to safeguard your information

There are many things that we take into consideration when designing and implementing an expert-class wireless networks. For example, we can set up guest wireless networks that permit you to easily share your wireless access with visitors, but prevent those guests from accessing other network devices such as printers and servers. We will work hard to ensure that your wireless network does exactly what is needed, without exposing your network to security vulnerabilities.


As many as needed. We will make sure that we provision the right hardware to support as many devices as you want.
Yes, we can configure as many devices as you want us to. In most cases, however, all you need to do is scan for wireless networks, choose your network, and enter the network password that we will give to you.
Absolutely. Nothing makes us happier than having a secure and encrypted network that is password protected.
Yes. We can setup a network printer. We'll typically configure the printer to be shared among multiple computers.
Once we are finished with the network configuration, you'll be able to use your wireless network in the same way that you use your wired network. The computer doesn't really know the difference, except that wireless is always slower than a wired network. But the computer doesn't really have an attitude and doesn't care. 🙂