WiFi-as-a-Service ! Featured White Paper by PowerCloud Systems


SaaSMAX Resellers, if your customers want outstanding Wi-Fi and professional support at an affordable price, PowerCloud has a proven solution and business model designed to make you successful and your customers happy.    Power Cloud’s Reseller Program is designed to support reseller partners and MSPs that are striving to offer affordable and easy to manage Wi-Fi solutions.  As a SaaSMAX Reseller you will be provided with everything you need to deploy, configure, secure, and remotely manage business-grade Wi-Fi — at a fraction of the cost of traditional controller-based systems.

CloudCommand is available in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, India, the CloudCommand product line is HIPAA and PCI compliant.  For more information, check  out PowerCloud’s CloudCommand Wi-Fi visit their SaaSMAX App Profile.

Featured White Paper:  PowerCloud’s CloudCommand! 

As WLAN management shifts to the cloud, SMBs fi nally have access to aff ordable, easy to manage enterprisegrade wireless, without needing experienced wireless engineers on staff . The cloud management model also gives rise to a Wi-Fi as a Service (WaaS) opportunity for MSPs/VARs, enabling them to generate managed services revenue from SMB customers. PowerCloud Systems is a pioneer in enabling WaaS. The company’s WLAN solution was designed from the ground up for cloud-based WLAN management, and has the right feature-set for both SMBs and MSPs.

In 2013, tablets outsold both laptops and desktops, and smartphones outsold all three combined. Even ignoring smartphones, by 2017 desktops will account for a mere 17% of connected computing devices in the workplace. Mobility is as crucial for small businesses as it is in large enterprises. Compass Intelligence’s Small Business Owner survey shows SMB owners average three mobile devices each, and 60% of them plan to purchase tablets, not laptops, for employees.

Not surprisingly, the worldwide enterprise Wireless LAN market continues to grow at 14% annually. In North America and Europe most large enterprises already have mature, stable and well managed wireless networks. In fact, they are in the midst of refreshing 802.11abg access points with newer 802.11n and 802.11ac devices. But this is not so for SMBs. According to ABI Research, some 40% of small businesses (5-99 employees) still did not have enterprise-grade Wi-Fi deployed by the end of 2013.

Wi-Fi as a Service Market Perspective for VARs/MSPs targeting SMBs…..(click here to continue reading…)

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