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Bandwidth Issues Resulting from BYOD

Bandwidth Issues Resulting from BYOD

In the past, businesses planned bandwidth infrastructures that allowed for one device per employee. While these wireless systems used to work effectively, this is no longer the case as a majority of employees today are bringing their own devices into the workplace. With multiple devices in use per person, the traditional wireless networks that worked in the past are now becoming overloaded, reducing the strength of the signal. This is a huge problem, with an estimated 80 percent of recently installed wireless networks becoming obsolete within the next year or two.

In order to improve performance of current bandwidth infrastructures, and prepare these networks for the future, businesses should work with a reputable fiber optic cabling company, such as CTS Cabling. WIFI technicians from such a company can help businesses to create modular wireless infrastructures with small cell components that allow for an increase of the following:

  • Wireless Network Bandwidth
  • Access Points
  • Coverage

As tablets and smartphones become increasingly common to business operations, it is essential that the infrastructure be able to support adjustments to the above. Additionally, businesses should consider working with a WIFI technician to create two wireless networks, a business network and a guest network, to support both corporate and personal devices.

By preparing ahead of time, businesses are able to avoid the bandwidth issues that plague so many workplaces across the country. If you are interested in preparing your infrastructure for the future, trust in CTS Cabling, a premier fiber optic cabling company. Our WIFI technicians and installation experts are able to provide you with a custom wireless network infrastructure with small cell components that can easily be adjusted to increase bandwidth, access points and coverage for employees. To learn more about how we can help your business, call CTS Cabling at 877-685-2626 or contact us online.

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