Why you need your office wired and not just on WiFi

The 21st century is a great place to live in. We have bathrooms everywhere, food on every other corner and a vast amount of data accessible all the time at our fingertips. When it comes to internet connectivity there is no doubt that the possibility of staying in touch all the time is a relief, specially without the need for any of those cumbersome wires that are so ugly.

One of the marketing geniuses of our generation is the realization by companies that business owners are also people, what a breakthrough. They have then adapted a sort of “if it works for your home then it should also work for your business” marketing strategy. So, when business grade setups are required and the IT person recommends a wired office, the business owner believes it to be a splurge. After all, if it works for my home it should work for my office, right?

What they are not considering is the fact that when the WiFi system fails, and there is no secondary backup for the internet on the computers, then the entire office is without a connection. This not a problem when the case is the home, since you can just connect to your phone’s service provider and at least Netflix from there. No, in the case of the business you cannot work from your phone, and there is the entire office not having anything to do during billable hours. This is an unnecessary strain for both you and your IT company.

That is why every single office should be wired, and then the WiFi can be used as a secondary source of internet in case the cable fails. But do not hold your breath, cables rarely, if ever, break.

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