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Choosing Between Wired and
Wireless Networking for your Home

2 Feb 2011

 nework cabling,Home Cabling SolutionMany consumers automatically choose wireless residential networking for the convenience of mobility, but there are a number of other factors that should be considered prior to making your final decision.  Things like cost, security, ease of installation and a true measure of the mobility of your home PCs should be taken into account before the important decision is ultimately made.


In terms of mobility wireless networking obviously has an advantage over a hard wired network. But how often will that mobility be required to get full, regular use out of your PCs.  If the majority of your PCs are of the desktop variety, then you

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Benefits of Installing Network Cabling in Your Home

26 Jan 2011

Data Cabling,Home Network CablingMany homeowners question whether or not installing network cabling in their home is a necessity.  If you’ve got multiple computers and multiple computer users in your home, networking your PCs and equipment can have a number of advantages.


One of the single biggest advantages of installing network cabling in your home is that it gives you the ability to share equipment, data and programs between computers.  A non-networked home that has three regularly used PCs might also require three separate printers and three separate scanners.  Installing network cabling allows all three PCs to access the same printer, scanner or just about any

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Residential Network Cabling Solutions

17 Jan 2011

 Office Cabling, Network CablingHome networking is essential for quick and convenient access to music, data and video files and for the ability to share access to important pieces of equipment like scanners and printers.  A home that contains multiple PCs for personal, school and work can greatly benefit from residential network cabling.


Just because your home has fewer PCs than your office and there are fewer people using them, it doesn’t necessarily mean that your residential networking cabling will be an easier project.  Don’t assume that just because your walls don’t contain metal studs and that your floor isn’t poured concrete that your home network cabling job will be a walk in the park. 

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