Problems Of A Free Wi-Fi In A Coaching Center
The increasing demand for internet access in coaching centers due to evolving standard of education and agile work-ability offered by the Internet, it is very much required to setup a secured and stable wired as well as a Wi-Fi network campus for students. As per the current market trend, most of the students like to carry 3-4 devices with them like mobile, tablets, laptops, ipods etc. with them to campus. As these devices choke bandwidth, coaching centers are struggling hard to keep up with the bandwidth demand. The campus also has a major issue of user access control, control over bandwidth consumption, and differentiated policy control for management faculty’s access and student’s access. These campuses with wired and wireless internet access require seamlessly roaming facility to access internet from class room to library to labs . Laying complete network with different vendor solution is very costly effort and difficult to manage while technical issues.
Need Of A Free Wi-Fi In A Coaching Center
Kavach enables coaching centers to provide regulated Internet access to users in classrooms, and libraries through substantial bandwidth controls over unnecessary usage. This ensures that the Wi-Fi in a Coaching Center is only available to students, staffs, and faculties by allowing authorized users to access the network and avoid malicious login in the network. We offers customized internet package creation feature in which one can easily provide different speed, data and time limits for students and faculties as per their requirements. We also offers the freedom to easily roam from Wi-Fi network to wired network without logging using its login-once feature. We also offers real-time reporting graphical as well as printable format to understand the usage of users.
Moreover these days you can engage connected students in new ways and enhance learning. You may send them with E-Mail Campaigns that enables you send informational emails to faculty and students. These campaigns can be sent to inform students about the new text available, or to define a schedule , or on a students’ day of birth.