WIRED OR WIRELESS: the great office debate

While a wireless network will appeal to businesses that move around a lot, an office-based firm may be better advised sticking to the cabled equivalent, writes Ciara O'Brien.

2nd June, 2007

While a wireless network will appeal to businesses that move around a lot, an office-based firm may be better advised sticking to the cabled equivalent, writes Ciara O'Brien.

With all the talk of going wireless and the benefits it can bring, you'd be forgiven for thinking that wired networks were a relic of the past.

The wireless office has been heralded for so long as the way forward, it may seem as if the wired...

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