Wireless networks mean fewer network cables, freedom of movement around the office, and support for the increased use of smartphones and tablets - both company sponsored and individual owned (BYOD).
For most organisations, Wi-Fi is now the lifeblood of their systems, as well as an enabler of growth and agile, responsive customer service.
With untethered access to documents, emails, applications and other network resources, employees expect to roam where they need to, and have constant access to the tools required to do their jobs. Everything can be faster and easier and productivity can improve.
So if your wireless network is slow or Wi-Fi coverage is poor, it’s a business issue, not just an IT problem. There may be several causes:
Hours of productivity can be lost due to unreliable wireless networks, as it costs time and money to keep patching it up. But any serious investment made is likely to pay back quickly, because it will help to transform the everyday operation of your business.