Wireless network technology represents the future of computer and Internet connectivity in the world today. WiFi (or Wireless Fidelity) continues to be the popular technology for building general-purpose wireless networks. As an alternative to networks that use cables, wireless networks allow freedom of movement and location while working on a laptop, tablet or smartphone.
Wireless networks let multiple users in the home or home office access resources, such as printers, as well as a single router to the Internet. In business offices, wireless is often used in conjunction with a wired network. This allows stationary desktops to have uninterrupted access to servers while laptops can use wireless for freedom of movement about the office, taking customer orders, doing inventory and much more.
A major concern when using wireless networks is security. It is important to set up the wireless network to prevent hijacking or unauthorized access and unauthorized use of your bandwidth. This is especially true for small to medium-sized businesses whether in an office complex or home-based.
CPU Help has set up numerous secure wireless networks in customer homes and home offices. We have also integrated secure wireless networks with standard cabled networks in business offices.