WLAN networks in administration
Smart city refers to places that use e.g. wireless networks. The network infrastructure is to serve, first of all, the inhabitants and users of given points of the city. In Poland, hot-spots are popular mainly in parks, city squares or squares. Much less often, public wifi networks are available in local government offices or other public buildings. It should be made clear that local government units do not trust wifi services. Local government officials explain this with the security of IT systems and citizens’ data. As they claim, public wireless networks made available in the office can be broken. The consequence of this may be access via a wireless network to the data of petitioners and officials.
Smart city – solution
Are you wondering how to fully implement the smart city system in your local government to maintain network security?
A properly implemented and managed network in public administration buildings allows you to avoid many possible cyber frauds. WLAN technology significantly exceeds the level of security of single access points of wireless networks. This means that the fear of local government units about the security of their systems is unfounded. What’s more, the use of free Internet access in offices significantly improves the quality of services offered to both petitioners and the officials themselves. The use of wireless WLAN infrastructure is a great convenience for local government employees. A fast and secure network allows you to implement innovative documentation or fixed asset management solutions.
Wireless WLAN networks – advantages for administration
Where officials have already become convinced of WLAN, security is guaranteed by separating the network into the one for employees, the one for administrators and the one for guests.
What is also important is the logging of events, as well as the chance to analyze them. In public administration, WLAN is therefore a guarantee of saving time and money, as well as the certainty of high mobility. If we take into account the issue of economy that is particularly important for public administration, we can come to an extremely interesting conclusion. Well, in the long run, WLAN can help reduce the cost of upgrading existing wired networks. That’s why it’s worth investing in WLAN.