About Stu Kushner

Stu Kushner earned an Engineering Degree from the University of Maryland, College Park. From there he worked at Boeing Commercial Aircraft, Hexcel Corporation and Case-Rixon as a computer design engineer and systems manager. He now works as the marketing director and project manager here at Progressive Office since its founding in 1986.

Structured Cabling , Progressive Office Cabling

Why Small Businesses Need Structured Cabling – Part 2

28 Apr 2021
As discussed in Part 1, companies that have outdated cabling infrastructure will suffer from equipment unreliability and more network downtime. Your team should install a modern structured cabling system as soon as possible as it will provide several key benefits. Part 2 will discuss Promotes Safety, Future Proofing, Wireless Backup, and IoT Capable.
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Cat6 Office Cabling Washington DC

Why Small Businesses Need Structured Cabling – Part 1

21 Apr 2021
Companies that have outdated cabling infrastructure will suffer from equipment unreliability and more network downtime. As a result, the efficiency and productivity of employees is reduced, decreasing a company’s ability to generate revenue. It may have been years since your organization installed its existing network cabling, and the cables are now unable to handle modern data demands.
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New York City, Progressive Office Cabling

Advantages of Cat6a for Structured Cabling Infrastructure – Part 1

4 Mar 2021
Over the span of their careers, cabling and network professionals will encounter various Ethernet cabling standards. They range from the outdated Cat3 standard, to Cat5e, then all the way to today’s top-performance Cat8 standard for modern data centers. For today’s installations, Cat6 or Cat6a cables are the most commonplace. These cables are utilized for the connections of desktops, laptops, WiFi access points, and IoT (Internet of Things) devices.
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