The use of a wireless network affects both the short and long term benefit:
- Comfort: All notebook computers and many mobile phones are now equipped with WiFi technology, which is needed to establish a direct connection to a wireless LAN. Employees can securely access to your network resources from any location within the coverage area. The coverage area will usually comprise an operations building, the extension to a larger section of land could be possible.
- Mobility: Employees can stay connected to the network, even if they do not just sit at a desk. In conferences exists access to documents and applications. Sales staff have the opportunity to retrieve important details from the network from anywhere.
* Productivity: access to information and business-critical applications support your employees at their duties. The cooperation is encouraged. Visitors (eg, customers, contractors or suppliers) may receive a highly secure guest access to the Internet and relevant business data.
- Easy setup: If no cable must be laid, the installation can run quickly and inexpensively. Wireless LANs also allow an easier access of hard to reach places (such as warehouse or manufacturing) to the network.
- Scalability: As your business grows, you may need to expand your network quickly. Wireless networks can usually expand with existing equipment, while needing to be laid in a wired network may provide additional cable.
- Security: The control and management of access to your wireless network is critical for success. Progress in the field of WiFi technology provides stable protection, so your data is easily accessible only to authorized persons.
- Cost: The operation of a wireless LAN can be cheaper because the cost of a new cabling for office relocation, configuration changes or extensions are reduced or eliminated.
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