Stories by Jae-Won Lee

What goes into the Networked Office of 2005

A building that has inbuilt wired network connections potentially saves time on cabling installation (up to a month). The flip side is that it offers no flexibility in the way organizations design their work environments. For example, if organizations are looking to provide ubiquitous wireless LAN (WLAN) coverage, they don't need a lot of cabling, and may have paid for excess cabling.

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