It’s impossible to remember a world without Wi-Fi. The ability to seamlessly connect users to a wireless network is one of the most significant technological developments of our time. It allows us to work wherever we wish, providing us with the ability to work, study and connect anywhere, never tied to a single location.
Wi-Fi is constantly evolving, further supporting our increasingly sophisticated use of technology. Gartner research suggests that by 2018, 40% of enterprises will specify Wi-Fi as the default connection for non-mobile devices, such as desktops, desk phones and projectors.
Developments such as this are some of the main reasons why Wi-Fi networks are – and need to be – constantly advancing. It also means that IT departments are regularly looking for new ways to enable users to access increasingly data-rich information.
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