Industry Strategic Challenges
Controlling costs is a competitive imperative, and the process can lead to challenging, even painful, business decisions. But among your options for saving money, you may have overlooked one budget-friendly alternative—making the move to an all-wireless workplace. And the best time to change from wired to wireless is when you're remodeling or relocating your office, or upgrading your existing network.
When your office is in transition, the process of converting from a traditional wired network to a wireless network becomes seamless, sparing you the need to switch end-users away from their desktops. By selecting desktop computers with built-in wireless, employees can keep the performance they've come to expect—and at a lower cost than if you converted to laptops. Consequently, you're set to cut the cord and cut the costs of a wired network.
To begin with, you're saving on installation costs and onboarding times you would otherwise incur with a wired network during a remodel or move. Next, you gain the recurring savings of a wireless office, including the simplicity of connecting and supporting new users, and the ease of adopting the innovations in wireless technology that are bound to emerge. Without even changing your fundamental PC hardware, you have a network that's poised for the future.