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Wireless networks can be easier and less expensive to set up, especially in old buildings or if the landlord refuses to allow cable installation.
FREMONT, CA: Wireless networks, or WiFi (as wireless connections are frequently referred to), offer several important business benefits over conventional networks. These are:
Faster information movement within firms and between partners and customers is facilitated by improved data connectivity.
Access and availability
You are rarely out of contact since wireless technology allows you to communicate while moving; you don't need extra cables or adaptors to access office networks.
Wireless workers in the office can connect without using dedicated computers and continue to function productively while away from the office. This could lead to new working methods, such as working from home or directly accessing business data while on customer premises.
You might be able to provide new products or services thanks to wireless networking. Many airport departure lounges, train stations, hotels, cafes, and restaurants, for instance, have established 'hot spot' WiFi services to enable mobile users to connect their equipment to their 'home' offices while on the road.
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