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how will wireless networking technology improve company productivity
Weegy: What is your question? User: how will wireless networking technology improve a company's productivity Weegy: Faster, smarter, more adaptable - these are the hallmarks of highly successful companies. Maximizing productivity is the key to their success. And technology plays an essential role in achieving that productivity. [ Here's how: First, many highly productive companies have in place a secure network that provides anytime access to information and applications. Next, they rely on an Internet Protocol (IP) communications solution that helps their workforces share information more easily and quickly, which boosts productivity. Employees can collaborate more effectively and efficiently. ] User: which employees could make best use of wireless connection and why? Weegy: The manager or network administrator , [ so he or she can monitor employee at all times anywhere in the company where there is Wi-Fi.. see also- ] User: which employee could make best use of wireless connections and why Weegy: firstly if you are working at a desk were you do not need to move the computer Wired is always better. now that is out of the way if you are moving around a lot then wired is not feasible, [ for example if someone was constantly moving from one office to another then using a laptop with wireless is far simpler to use, in the warehouse a wired computer would have to stay in one spot so you would ideally want a PC every 5 meters if people had to record were things were put as they stored them, were as wireless laptop or PDA could easily be used with just 1 per operative. most employees likely would not benefit except by getting better data access on there phones. Check the link for more details: ] (More)
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discuss the private and public IP addressing schemes highlighting purpose, the ranges and how both are implemented in network address translation
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