There is huge demand for connections on the move. Almost every device has wireless IP connectivity – mobile phones, tablets, cameras and even TVs. Companies large and small require wireless networks in order for these devices to connect for shared resources, manageability and control.
This is most apparent in the Education sector:
OFSTED RECOMMENDS WIRELESS NETWORKS FOR SCHOOLS
A recent OFSTED report on the Importance of ICT in Schools found that although there has been a significant investment by schools in ICT there is still room for improvement and better equipment and resources could lead to better attainment levels.
The easiest way to resolve the issue of ICT availability in class rooms is to implement a wireless network, enabling pupils to use laptops and handheld devices to connect to the school network. This is something OFSTED feels is a sensible solution. “Many secondary schools and some primary schools have attempted to solve this by installing wireless networks, making laptop computers available in other subject areas.”