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Unformatted text preview: Wireless LANs By Click to edit Master subtitle style Devon Jones 5/10/10 Introduction Mobility Installation Reliability Recovery Security 5/10/10 Mobility "On the go" employees No wires needed to connect Laptops and PDAs can access Remote connection 5/10/10 Easier and Less Decreased cost due to lack of cabling Expensive Installation No disrupting walls and ceilings Less time needed to install No rearranging office furniture 5/10/10 Increased Reliability No damaged wires Cable splicing issues are nonexistent Never worry about cable failure 5/10/10 Disaster Recovery Use of a "cold site" instead of a "hot site" Quicker recovery time Less expensive to recover 5/10/10 Security Unauthorized network access Transmitted data can be viewed easier Older security is easily cracked Employees could install rouge access points 5/10/10 Radio Signal Potential interference from other wireless devices The wireless network can interfere with other devices Interfering devices must be moved to eliminate issue Interference 5/10/10 Health Risks Emits lowlevel Radio Frequency (RF) Highlevel RF can be severely dangerous Lowlevel RF effects not documented thoroughly No evidence to prove either way 5/10/10 Conclusion Increase in productivity Decrease in cost of install and maintenance More reliable than wired LANs Disadvantages can be reduced with continual maintenance. 5/10/10 Reference Ciampa, (2006). CWNA Guide to Wireless LANs (2nd ed.). : Thompson Course Technology. 5/10/10 ...
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2010 for the course IT 221 1 taught by Professor Conrad during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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