Wireless Communications

Wireless Internet

Small firms fail to secure Wi-Fi access

More than half of small firms are unable to tell who is accessing their wireless internet (Wi–Fi) network. Research from network security firm Napera found that 57% of small and medium–sized enterprises (SMEs) do not know who is accessing their network, while 20% allow guests to plug into their network without checking the security of their computers. Napera Networks EMEA vice–president Pierre Blom “By failing to enforce security, SMEs leave themselves open to attacks, which could see their networks or data compromised. It’s critical that organisations of all sizes protect themselves from any potential threats which could cost them millions.” “All businesses should have policies in place to identify and control who and what are accessing the networ... »

Wireless Communications

The aim of wireless technology is simple: to remove the restrictions of being attached to expensive and messy wires and cables, both inside the office and out. Wireless technology carries the capability of wired networks to spaces that cables cannot. This guide is for any business that wants to increase the efficiency and flexibility of their computer network. The guide covers best practice guidance on various wireless technologies and their implementation. Wireless Communications business advice article: Crown Copyright © 2004-2013 »