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.
Michigan Integrator Has Three Recommendations for You to Consider
TAGS: Smart Home | Wired and Wireless Networks
Houses with brains are becoming almost as common as houses with broadband. What if you could stroll through your home with an iPad in hand and dim the lights, adjust the thermostat, and turn up the music? With a home automation system you can do just that and more, but first you’ll need a network to support it. Smart homes use a combination of wired and wireless networks to connect a variety of devices and subsystems within a house. Almost nothing is more important than a secure, reliable network when it comes to transforming your house into a smart home.
Here we share a few lessons we’ve learned over the years regarding a network to support all your home automation needs.