Businesses of all sizes are adopting wireless networking as part of their infrastructure. Wireless network technology has come a long way and now has sufficient capacity and bandwidth to make it viable for most business applications. Deploying wireless networking in the office has a number of obvious advantages, such as the lack of wiring and the ability improve productivity for workers who can access the network from anywhere in the office. Of course, the more dependent business becomes on wireless technology, the more important it is to be able to maintain wireless network access. If the wireless network fails, it’s important to get back online as soon as possible. Read More >
Today’s business lives on the web, and even if your company doesn’t have an ecommerce site, you rely on your web presence for marketing and lead generation. Companies also are increasingly using their websites for data sharing and as portals to work with strategic partners. When your website goes down it can have a dramatic impact on operations.
More businesses are opting for wireless networking to connect their operations. Wi-Fi can be cost-effective, and it’s ideal for supporting bring-your-own-device (BYOD) strategies, where users can access the company network from their smartphone, tablet, or laptop. For smaller offices, Wi-Fi can save the cost of installing cable and maintaining a more complex network infrastructure. Most computer workstations come with Wi-Fi built in, and wireless networking is delivering more bandwidth and better security, so if your business only needs to support a small number of users and you don’t need for high-bandwidth applications, such as streaming video, then Wi-Fi could be an excellent way to network your office. Except, of course, when it fails. Read More >