Essay on CIS-345 Project

Words: 1050
Pages: 5

Wireless Network Design Exercise Student Name(s) Timothy Chue

I. Your employer, XelPharm, is a large manufacturer and distributor of generic, over-the-counter healthcare products. Its main campus consists of three buildings within two blocks of each other. Each building houses approximately 200 employees, including those in the following departments: Administration, Accounting, Research, Legal, Quality Control, Order Fulfillment, and Production.

In addition, XelPharm owns a large distribution warehouse approximately four miles away from the headquarters. Until now, its networks have relied entirely on wired connections. The company’s CIO (chief information officer) decided long ago that he would wait until wireless technology
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Wireless network also helps connecting devices from home or other facilities with the ones currently in place. A wireless network allows your business to provide secure wireless access to the Internet for guests such as customers or business partners. Retailers; and other public-facing businesses can provide this as a unique value-added service. Wireless networking could improve the companies productivity because ease of use between employees, the ease of use can make all employee connected via wireless networks weather laptop or tablet it can connect employee even without the use of connected PCs.

3. Which employees could make best use of wireless connections and how? Wireless solutions can provide employees ;users with access to real-time information from more places in their organization. This mobility supports productivity an d service opportun ities not possible with wired networks. Organizations are adopting wirele ss solutions to improve their competitiveness.

4. In what type of situations would all employees benefit from wireless networking? Employees who use your wireless LAN can roam around your office or to different floors without losing their connection. Imagine everyone in a team meeting or in small conferences having access to up-to-the minute communications, and all documents and applications on your network. Similarly, using Voice over Wireless LAN technology, they can have roaming capabilities in their