Tuesday , September 25 2018

About Edwin Saldanha

STAAH is an innovative NZ company creating the perfect solutions for accommodation operators. We have been helping properties understand, control & grow their businesses since 2008. STAAH currently works with more than 4000 properties in 60 countries.

One comment

  1. Be sure your guest WiFi is not the same network as your office or admin network.

    Having a wifi network where you just hand people our a security key in NOT secure.

    Once someone has this key they can access everything on your network and that includes other guests using the same key and your office equipment. Security key is a false sense of security.

    Your network should be isolating guests and office network from each other.

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