Category: Structured Cabling
May 2, 2019
Perhaps you’ve heard the term structured cabling thrown around, it is on the lips of many business owners across industries these days. But what exactly is structured cabling? Well, structured cabling is a form of network infrastructure that allows multiple electronic devices (I.e computers, telephones, etc.) to all be connected. There are many ways your Maryland business can benefit from a structured cabling network, we wanted to talk about a couple today.
Disorganization is one of a small business’ worst foes, and this applies to every aspect of your business. Many offices have existing network infrastructures, but too often they are outdated and disorganized, with tangled wires running rampant. These wires can get in the way and can make working on your network a nightmare.
Structured cabling is simply that, structured. Installing a new Maryland structured cabling network can remove any problems of disorganization and will make network maintenance a breeze compared to working with messy and confusing wires.
With some older network systems, moving an employee’s computer or restructuring the office would require an update to the network. But not with structured cabling. Equipment can be moved around the office without limitation, meaning your employees can easily move about without having to worry about the limitations of the network system.
How many times has this happened to you? You know somethings wrong, but have no idea what. It’s easy to see when a problem arises, but to be able to pinpoint and diagnose that problem is a whole another ball game. Structured cabling is segmented so as to make troubleshooting a piece of cake. No more long hours spent staring at wires wondering “what the heck is wrong!”.
It can be difficult to keep on top of technological trends, as Moore’s Law has kept pace. By the time you get the new iPhone, they’re already coming out with another one! This is not a worry you need to have when you have a Maryland structured cabling system.
Structured cabling offers a very high bandwidth, ensuring it will be able to accommodate any new equipment for the foreseeable future, removing the need for you to upgrade your network every couple of years. Installing a structured cable system in your Maryland business today can save you money in the long run.
Here at Lanstar Systems, we have been providing structured cabling, and other network, services to Maryland for years. We’ve worked with large and small clients alike, and possess the expertise necessary to help your businesses’ network infrastructure thrive. Give us a call today if you have any questions, we’d be happy to answer them and can even offer a free consultation.
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