TAGS: plug-and-play | WiFi | Wired and Wireless Networks | Wireless network
Today’s office spaces detect when you enter the room and adjust to your meeting’s settings. It seems everything is wireless, Bluetooth-connected, or voice-controlled but is that the way to go with your network? Is a wireless network the best choice for your meeting space? Wired and wireless both offer distinct advantages, so how do you decide? That depends. First we need to understand who will be using the space, what collaborative tools will be used, and your network’s security level.
How to Optimize Your Enjoyment of Your Home’s Technology Systems
TAGS: Grand Rapids | Home Automation | Home Network | Home Technology | Kalamazoo | Maintenance Plan | Smart Home | West Michigan | WiFi
We’ve recently talked about getting together to assess your home’s technology systems (It’s time for a “Tech-Up!”). It’s always a good idea to make sure you’re abreast of the latest technologies available and how to implement new devices now or in the near future. The other key to satisfaction with your technology systems is ensuring their technical health. Simple things, such as cleaning components in the equipment rack, go a long way in preventing equipment from overheating. And then there’s the not-so-fun stuff like changing the batteries in the smoke detectors of your 10’ ceilings. Part 2 of our annual “Tech-Up” addresses the advantages in having a preventative maintenance plan that would include a visit from one of our technicians.