Wireless network infrastructure – for anyone in business, it’s a necessary evil and, perhaps ironically, one that isn’t short on infrastructure.
You need a controller and wireless routers or access points – lots of them – enabling wireless networks to join an existing wired network. You’ll have to invest in a site planner/survey tool, or risk incorrectly guessing where the APs should go.
Users need to learn the new WLAN management system, integrate it into the server…
The original article/video can be found at Cutting Wires, Costs: A Look at Creating Wireless Efficiencies