About the Client Name Madera Community Hospital Location Madera, CA Industry Healthcare Number of Employees 1000+ Main Outcomes Better wireless coverage Advanced features Solution MR52 access points The Problem Madera Community Hospital (MCH) is the primary hospital serving the community within Madera County.
We install wireless network solutions on a regular basis, and are often asked if a site survey is necessary or not. The answer is yes—you do need a site survey, in order to get the best results from your wireless implementation. Without one, there is no way to guarantee a solution will meet your expectations […]
Welcome back to Meet the Team, where every month we introduce you to someone here at Telcion. This month we’re talking to Todd Smith, our Cabling Technology Consultant. Bonus Q + A If you could only have three apps on your smartphone, which would you pick? I have a number of friends that fly, and […]
To wrap up this month’s blog post series on all things Microsoft, we’re answering your questions about SharePoint migrations, Microsoft Intune, Azure AD, and Microsoft email security. Previous posts: Does Telcion Offer Microsoft Services? Migrating Your Email from Microsoft Exchange to Office365 Voice Calling with Microsoft Teams SharePoint Migration Is the SharePoint migration tool free? […]
Continuing with this month’s theme of Telcion’s Microsoft services, today we’re answering questions about using Microsoft Teams for voice calling. Can you make phone calls with Microsoft Teams? Microsoft Teams is able to provide direct calling between internal users right out of the box, and is often used for video chats as well.
Continuing with this month’s theme of Telcion’s Microsoft services, today we’re answering questions about migrating your email from Microsoft Exchange to Office365. Let’s start with a quick history lesson on email. Email really started taking off when the internet took shape in the mid-90s. That’s when it became mainstream.
We are often if Telcion provides any Microsoft implementation services. And the answer is always a resounding YES. But we can understand why people ask us this question. After all, we’re constantly pounding the Cisco drum. One of our unique attributes is that we’re heavily focused on Cisco solutions.
Welcome back to Meet the Team, where every month we introduce you to someone here at Telcion. This month we’re talking to Eric Grimm, our Service Operations Manager. Watch the video to hear about how he got into technology, the career path that led him to Telcion, and his best dial-up modem sound impression! Bonus […]
Access control systems can be difficult to setup. Between managing lock hardware installation, cabling, termination, controller provisioning, user setup, and testing, there’s a lot of room for things to be forgotten. If not executed well, these things can potentially keep your employees stranded outside.
Nothing says frustrating like hassling with a legacy server in hopes it stays running, all in the name of simply trying to keep track of who enters and exits your building. Moreover, hoping the dusty Windows XP laptop running the client software boots, so you can add or remove access.