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Wire and Wireless Networking

What Is a Wireless Network vs. a Wired Network ???

A wired network connects devices to the Internet or other network using cables. The most common wired networks use cables connected to Ethernet ports on the network router on one end and to a computer or other device on the cable's opposite end.

Small businesses can experience many benefits from a wireless network, including:
Convenience :- Access your network resources from any location within your wireless network's coverage area or from any WiFi hotspot.

Mobility :- You're no longer tied to your desk, as you were with a wired connection. You and your employees can go online in conference room meetings, for example.

Productivity :- Wireless access to the Internet and to your company's key applications and resources helps your staff get the job done and encourages collaboration.

Easy setup :- You don't have to string cables, so installation can be quick and cost-effective.

Expandable :- You can easily expand wireless networks with existing equipment, while a wired network might require additional wiring.

Security :- Advances in wireless networks provide robust security protections.

Cost :- Because wireless networks eliminate or reduce wiring costs, they can cost less to operate than wired networks.

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