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Small Business Depends on Technology

Small business owners often use smartphones, tablets, and cloud applications. Nearly half (43 percent) of small business owners use smartphones that feature Wi-Fi as the primary tool in running their business operations.

65 percent of them do bookkeeping and accounting activities through cloud-based applications. Although the competitive and operational benefits of mobility have been evident, the most often the decisive factor is installation and configuration.

Small companies tend to even have limited IT resources, so the choice of quick self-regulation or configuration with the help of channel partners is crucial.

Recognizing this need, Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, introduced a new Wi-Fi solution designed to bring secure and secure business-class Wi-Fi to small businesses through an access point (AP).

The service called HPE OfficeConnect OC20 is a cost-effective wireless solution – designed for companies that do not have special IT resources. With OC20, small businesses or their channeling partners can quickly deploy and manage Wi-Fi for small businesses across the vertical industry.

“According to International Data Corporation research, Asia is the third largest region for small business IT spending, which shows that small businesses are increasingly relying on innovation and technology to deliver more value to their customers,” said Justin Chiah, Director and General Manager Southeast and Taiwan), Aruba through its statement on Friday (6/10/2017) in Jakarta.

“With HP OfficeConnect OC20, small business owners can focus on their business goals and increase productivity with confidence that they have a strong network infrastructure,” he continued.

OC20 Access Point is claimed to have high-performance and reliable Wi-Fi connectivity to handle the latest business-critical applications, including voice, video and cloud-based applications.

This solution intelligently optimizes wireless coverage and performance, while minimizing disruption for user experience.

Integrated website filters block access to harmful websites to protect small business networks from online threats, as well as inappropriate or inappropriate websites.