Wireless networks are relativly new. They don't use cables for connections; instead, they use radio waves, like cordless phones.
For convenience, Wireless Networking is the Answer.
Getting your company networked - and keeping it connected
when you change and grow - can be a big job.
Wireless networking cuts it down to size, and can help any organisation become more flexible and productive.
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1. Your staff are more productive.
Wireless networking lets your people access your network resources from anywhere you provide wireless coverage,
increasing productivity by as much as 22%*. Some real-world examples:
- Consultants at an industrial construction firm access job-site information during meetings, reducing group
decision-making time by 50%.
- Print company purchasing staff save time and increase accuracy by reconciling inventory in the warehouse
with wireless equipped laptops, instead of taking notes and returning to their desks to transcribe data.
2. It's easier to move people around.
Wireless networking makes it easy to change the shape of your organisation as you grow and regroup to meet new business needs. Changes that might have required time, money and the hassle of dealing with outside vendors become quick and easy -making your organisation more responsive and agile than it could ever be with a traditional hard-wired system.
3. It's easy to support whatever hardware your staff use.
As your staff become more mobile, and the boundaries between the office and the outside world blur, workplace networks need to be more flexible than ever before.
Wireless networking has been designed from the outset to work easily with all sorts of portable and fixed devices.
From notebooks or desktop PCs to handhelds and phones, a well-designed wireless network makes connecting easy,
without the expense of tailored patches and interfaces.
4. Moving house made easy.
IT expenses can form a major part of the cost of changing offices. Moving your wired network, with its hundreds of metres of cable and connections, forms a big, labour-intensive part of that.
Not so with wireless networking. With no cabling, once your server and router are plugged in, you're in business. This makes for a far quicker move, reducing down time and allowing your business to hit the ground running the day you move into new premises.
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