Enhance Your Wireless Connection Security
A Private Wireless Networks could be a solution for your company if you have problems with your internet service, such as increased zoom calls or excessive bandwidth consumption. The addition of a private network to your internet connection will improve the speed and protect your sensitive information.
Make a strong wireless connection
People are increasingly using their smartphones for work. There are also more zoom calls and many other online activities which are making your wireless capacity less flexible. Private wireless networks can be a good option if you experience slow connections or problems connecting to the internet at work.
Protect Your Business
Private wireless networks can be a good option if your business has sensitive information.
Private networks are becoming more popular with law firms, hospitals and insurance companies as well as any other businesses that have sensitive information.
What does a private wireless network look like?
It is very easy to set up your private wireless network. To increase your signal, we can send a team to install an antenna donor on your roof.
Private wireless networks can keep employees connected and secure. We are happy to answer any questions you may have about how a private network could benefit your company.
What are wireless networks? What are the advantages and disadvantages to wireless networks?
Copper twisted pair cables have been used traditionally to connect devices within a LAN. Today, the majority of LAN connectivity is made using copper twisted-pair cables.
However, there are other options to copper twisted couple cables. Wireless networks offer an alternative to copper-twisted pair cables. Wireless networks are able to transmit data via airwaves, as opposed to copper twisted couple cables. This means that no copper cabling is needed and data can be transferred over air. Wireless networks communicate using radio waves instead of copper twisted couple cables. Radio waves are electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths that are more than infrared within the electromagnetic spectrum.
Private Wireless Networks offer many benefits
Wireless networks have the main advantage of reducing copper cabling costs, especially for small networks.
Wireless networks allow for mobility. Without the need for any additional cabling, employees can easily move their desks.
The number of devices in a wireless network can be increased with no additional cabling. Additional copper cabling will be required for increased employee count in cabled networks.
Private Wireless Networks are not without their drawbacks
Wireless networks transmit data wirelessly over the air. This means that there is always a chance of data leakage. Data leakage and data modification are more likely in wireless networks than with copper cabling. In wireless networks, data encryption is essential.
We are less reliable
Wireless LAN networks are more reliable than cabled networks. Interferences can disrupt communication.
We need less speed
Wireless LAN networks have slower speeds than cabled ones. To compare different IEEE 802.11 wireless standards, visit the following link.
In wireless networks, the communication range is always lower. To increase range, you will need to invest more in wireless repeaters and Access Points. This can often lead to higher expenses.