Limit and protect the internet at work without needing a degree in IT

The WorkHub is a WiFi router that blocks the bad stuff and allows you to put limits on social media, gaming and websites from one simple dashboard. You don't have to lift a finger - protection is built right in from the get-go.

Instant protection with zero setup

Set limits on apps and social media usage

Block malware and phishing websites

Reporting tools on internet usage

Image of the WorkHub router

Works with every device in the office. No desktop software required.

Because cyber security tools are baked into the WorkHub router itself, there is no desktop configuration required. You're protected the minute you join the WiFi.

  • Block entire categories - or individual games and websites
  • Works with any device - from phones to PCs to security cameras
  • No software to install, plug and play
  • Runs on dedicated WiFi or on your existing WiFi
  • Daily and weekly usage reports emailed via PDF

Get the low down on downloads.

Besides blocking known malware and virus harbouring websites, the WorkHub allows you to report on usage on a daily or weekly basis.

  • See how the internet is being used from a central dashboard
  • See downloaded social media profiles and videos
  • Adult content and nefarious websites blocked with a click
Screen shot of the B9 dashboard showing downloaded images from social media
A chart of usage activity from the B9 dashboard

What else can the WorkHub do?

Centralised setup

Create time limits and restrictions from one central dashboard. No fiddling with complex firewalls, just set and forget.

In-depth reporting with SMS alerts

The WorkHub sends an SMS when it detects suspicious activity. You can then review the activity via downloadable PDF reports.

Thwart malware & viruses

The WorkHub prevents malware and viruses from coming into and getting out of your office. Clicked a dubious link? We have you covered. WorkHub shields up!

Cyber safe in under 30 seconds

Can you connect a wire from your existing router and plug the WorkHub into a mains socket? You're hired.

1

Connect the WorkHub

Connect the Ethernet cable from the WorkHub into a spare socket on the back of your broadband router and connect the power cord.

2

Join the WorkHub WiFi

Connect on-premise equipment and employee laptops and devices to the WorkHub WiFi, even IoT devices such as cameras and printers.

3

Keep calm and use

Rest safe in the knowledge that the WorkHub is protecting your devices. Within minutes you'll be able to log into your dashboard and review the activity.

Buy now with a money back guarantee

Purchase your WorkHub now securely with PayPal. Includes our 30 day money back guarantee.

Best

WorkHub Standard

£99 / per year

  • WorkHub router
  • Connect up to 20 devices
  • 12 months service and support
  • Shipping to UK or Europe
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WorkHub Pro

£149 / per year

  • 12 months incident support
  • WorkHub router
  • Connect up to 20 devices
  • 12 months service and support
  • Shipping to UK or Europe

Frequently Asked Questions

No - it works along side your existing WiFi router that was provided by your Internet company or IT contractor. The WorkHub connects easily with an Ethernet cable (supplied) to the back of your WiFi router meaning you can then connect devices to the WorkHub that you want protecting and anything else stays on your existing WiFi. In most cases no additional configuration is required, sometimes your existing firewall will need to be configured to allow the WorkHub to connect. We can liase with your technical contractors for the initial setup at no charge.

For the technically minded, it's a 300Mbps WiFi router with 5Dbi antennas. This means the speed of the WiFi is fast and the signal will provide excellent coverage.

Yes, it will work with any existing router. We will provide you with an Ethernet cable and a quickstart guide that shows you how to connect the WorkHub. You will need one spare socket on the back of your existing router to plug the WorkHub into - you normally have four to choose from and they are coloured yellow. The WorkHub plugs into any one of those, it doesn't matter which.

No, but in practice no more than 20 devices should be connected for the best performance.

Yes, any device that connects to the WorkHub WiFi can be protected - it can also protected wired devices by connecting them to the back of the three spare sockets on the WorkHub.

No, there is no software or app installation required. It works at the WorkHub level, and it's the WorkHub that is doing all the hard work filtering and blocking. This means you can have protection on devices that normally can't be protected, such as games consoles, smart appliances, WiFi printers and suchlike.

The price includes protection for a whole year - after which the service will renew. You do not have to pay per device or for additional devices, just connect them to the WorkHub and you're done.

Questions? Drop us a line...

What the customers and press have to say

"With this device, parents can also limit their activity on social media, games and websites and set rewards for their children to use the internet less.

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BW Communications

MD

The ability to review sites across a range of categories is very useful. What's really interesting is the number of sites gathering data on interactions online. I can say that the B9 team have really made it easier to protect your business and privacy from unwanted spying.

Prysm Media Group

SysOps Manager

We use the B9 products to maintain visibility over our network as well as ring fencing access to certain sites. Its point and click interface couldn't be easier.

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