November 01, 2016 EXP

Dealing with WiFi

Jeffrey M. Allen

Wireless networking has become more and more common in homes and offices as it allows connections for multiple devices without the need to run cabling throughout the building for connectivity. Setting up and operating a WiFi network entails less effort than ever before, but it does require that you give some thought to ethical considerations in your professional life and practical and safety considerations in your professional and personal lives. The process of setting up a network for business or personal use is pretty much the same, but you may want to impose some stronger controls when setting up a wireless network for your business. In this article I will review the process with you, so that you can feel comfortable setting up the network.

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