Globalreach becomes a Friendly WiFi Approved Provider
The team at Friendly WiFi are thrilled to announce the recent of addition of Globalreach Technology to their growing number of Approved Providers – showing that they can provide the relevant WiFi services and web filtering technology to their clients to block access to child abuse and indecent online material. This makes it easy for their clients to apply to be Friendly WiFi certified and show their customers that they provide a safe and comfortable WiFi experience to protect children & families.
Bev Smith of Friendly WiFi said ‘Globalreach are innovators in this space and we are super excited to be welcome them as an Approved Provider. We have worked closely with their team over the past couple of years and we are looking forward to working more closely with them and their clients.’
‘They also operate globally and we are looking forward to the opportunities of working with such a great company.’
The step to becoming an Approved Provider was supported by Simon Vaughan, Globalreach CCO who commented, ‘We provide some of the largest public Wi-Fi services in train stations, cafes, restaurants, shopping centres and other outdoor spaces that are used by families. It’s important that we honour our responsibility as a supplier by proving that we have strong internet content filters in place.’
Globalreach is helping children to stay safe online through a new relationship with Friendly WiFi – representing a standard to identify public places such as shops, restaurants, cafes and cinemas, who are providing secure filtered WiFi.
Globalreach are the leader in seamless Passpoint (Hotspot 2.0) authentication and a specialist in secure identity and access management. They deliver high-performance Wi-Fi software, services, and analytics to help global operators, venues, and organisations to connect millions of people, customers and devices safely and automatically to Wi-Fi. Their team includes the brightest and best in carrier-grade Wi-Fi connectivity. They are the architects, authors, and developers of today’s industry standards.