Mark McCarter, Co-Founder and Director of NetWireless, Retires.

NetWireless Team at Aruba Atmosphere

After 12 years of solid continuous growth, Mark McCarter has decided to step down as a Director of NetWireless. Mark has been instrumental in executing NetWireless’ growth strategy, along with the company values of enabling greater improved managed services. We sincerely thank Mark for his service, counsel and strategic thinking which has placed NetWireless in […]

Our Sales Director is a CFA Volunteer!

CFA Volunteer and It Network Security

For those of you who don’t know, our Sales Director, Simon Hayward is a volunteer CFA firefighter. Due to the continuing fire situation, Simon has been deployed to Tallangatta this week.  Tallangatta is a small township in north-east Victoria, approximately 38 kilometres south-east of Albury-Wodonga, along the Murray Valley. Having previously been deployed to NSW, […]

NetWireless launches Secure Wireless Network Managed Contract Services

NetWireless is thrilled to launch “Wireless Networking as a Service” (WNaaS)   An enterprise grade wireless network, capable of supporting business growth, efficiency and productivity, whilst maintaining secure operations is often out of reach for SME business owners, that is, until now!   NetWireless are offering SME’s the latest enterprise grade wireless network equipment via […]

Top 7 benefits of Pop-Up Wi-Fi for Events, Conferences and Festivals

Pop Up Wifi

Ultra-High-Density Access Points provide a superior user experience in highly populated demanding environments such as large sports arenas and conference centres. The increased throughput, coupled with effective network management significantly boosts network efficiency, by facilitating large volumes of data to connect simultaneously. These advanced Access Points reduce equipment acquisition and deployment, ultimately paving the way […]

NetWireless urges Small to Medium Businesses to Pay More Attention to Cybersecurity

Network Security

Low unemployment and a flourishing economy is exacerbating Australia’s cybercrime. According to Gartner, Australia is expected to spend $3.8 billion on cybersecurity in 2018, up 6.5 percent from 2017. With larger companies upping the ante, malicious attackers are turning to easier wins within the small to medium business market. Stressing the importance, Trevor Pangbourne, Technical […]