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Free Guest WiFi Content Filtering from ScoutDNS

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Users of ScoutDNS can now provide web content filtering for guest WiFi networks at no additional charge. Other cloud based filtering solutions charge you for every guest user or access point that is offering the guest WiFi SSID.

How it Works

For every paid regular user of ScoutDNS, customers now get 2 guest WiFi users at no additional charge. For example, our base network plan includes the first 50 users. These everyday users can be employees, vendors, contractors, or any credentialed user on a daily basis. Now simply multiply 50 users by 2 and you get up to 100 guest WiFi users at any one time on the same network.

Who Benefits

Almost any organization can benefit from free Guest WiFi Content Filtering for users. Guest networks often have variable numbers on them making it harder to predict daily user counts. This often result in customers purchasing more user cap than is needed. We have always included unlimited guest users in our education content filtering service plans. Now, all nonprofit and commercial organizations can also benefit from the new pricing policy meant to encourage content filtering and threat protection for all users on the network. Organizations that will benefit include hospitality focused companies like hotels and restaurants. Also, more retailers today than ever offer guest WiFi internet for the convenience of their shoppers. As a result, ScoutDNS makes it easier for these companies to offer family friendly guest internet.

With these new free guest users caps, ScoutDNS continues to lead in terms of service offerings for DNS Filtering cloud based solutions by making it more affordable and easier for IT departments to protect everyday network users

 

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