Benefits of Wireless Technology
You're in business. You know that it takes
more than luck to keep pace in today's
market. And, you know the decisions you
make every day show up right on your bottom
line. You require flexibility, agility,
responsiveness-in short, the ability to
move more quickly than your competitors
and meet the needs of your customers.
We think wireless networking could be
a natural fit. Following are some key
benefits of wireless networks:
• Increased Productivity: The ability
of employees to be mobile, yet connected
to enterprise resources, gives them the
opportunity to work more efficiently.
• Flexible Work Environment: Wireless
environments provide the employee flexibility
to work in whatever surroundings are convenient
to accomplish the task at hand
• Real-Time Access: The timely delivery
of information without the need to be
connected through a wired network is important
to support business decision-making.
• Less Physical Maintenance: Since
there are no physical cables to maintain,
it is easy to conduct configuration and
repair operations on devices and other
network components. When supported by
the right management solution, this can
raise the productivity of your network
• Fast Access to critical data:
Wireless technologies offer high performance
and bandwidth to keep all your essential
applications and transactions running.
• It's responsive: As you change
your business operations, your wireless
network can change with you.
• It’s portable: With wireless,
your entire network-along with your start-up
investment-goes where you go, whether
you move to a new location, open a branch
office, or telecommute. The hardware that
a wireless installation requires can be
picked up and moved; the software easily
configured for a new space or a new employee
• It's customized: Your wireless
network can be configured the way you
want it-even combined with your current
• And it's cost effective: Wireless
networks can be implemented gradually.
Just install what you need, when you need
There are many situations today, in which
wireless network are viable business solutions.
- A network administrator is troubleshooting
a problem at a remote site when a critical
system at a separate location goes down.
A simple, but immediate configuration
change is required, and he can’t
afford to wait, until he returns to
- A salesperson needs to connect to
vital information on the company’s
intranet from his PDA while waiting
for a flight at an airport terminal.
- You are visiting a branch office
and will be attending a series of different
meetings during the day. You need to
remain connected through email without
having to log in and out with every