Nowadays, people just expect Wi-Fi to work—period. They don’t really care how it works, but they do expect it to always be available, fast, and secure.

Much like electricity and running water, wireless is a necessary utility, and individuals and companies are becoming increasingly dependent on it to be productive, efficient, and happy.

With more and more applications moving to the cloud, when your Wi-Fi goes down, your business goes down with it.

We’ve all been there: your wireless network goes down, and suddenly your business is thrust into the Upside Down—a cold, dark shadow of the way things are supposed to be, complete with angry monsters (aka frustrated end users).