DallasCIO ORBIE Awards 2024

Inspire Leadership Network held its 8th DallasCIO event on February 9, 2024. The event was packed with CIOs from a broad range of companies that vary from small businesses to global organizations. Sarvicus was proud to sponsor Tracy Mozena of Atlantic Aviation. She...

Sarvicus Is Expanding Its Team: Join Us Today!

In an exciting phase of growth and innovation, Sarvicus, a leading name in ICT/OSP/Signals, is opening its doors to talented and passionate individuals ready to make a difference. With a commitment to excellence and a vision to redefine ICT/OSP/Signals standards,...

Just for Fun

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Veteran Owned (VetCert)

Sarvicus is a Service Disabled Veteran owned business.  The VA has transitioned this certification (formerly known as VIP) to the SBA (Small Business Administration).  The new program will be VetCert. Sarvicus has transitioned to the new logo.  To check the...

Wired vs. Wireless?

by | May 8, 2023 | Articles

Pros of a Completely Wireless Environment:

Flexibility: Wireless networks provide greater flexibility than wired networks. You can access the internet and connect to other devices from anywhere in the building, without being tethered to a specific location.
Easy to Install: Wireless networks are much easier to install than wired networks, as they don’t require any drilling or running cables through walls. This makes them ideal for businesses that need to set up quickly or for temporary locations.
Mobility: With wireless networks, you can easily move devices around the building without worrying about unplugging and reconnecting cables. This makes it easier to rearrange your workspace or add new devices to your network.
Cost-effective: Wireless networks can be more cost-effective than wired networks, especially for small businesses. There are no cable installation costs, and you can easily add new devices to your network without having to install additional cabling.

Cons of a Completely Wireless Environment:
Interference: Wireless networks can be affected by interference from other wireless devices, such as cordless phones, microwaves, and Bluetooth devices. This can cause slower speeds and dropped connections.
Security: Wireless networks are more vulnerable to security breaches than wired networks. Hackers can more easily intercept wireless signals, and there is a risk of unauthorized access to your network.
Signal Strength: Wireless signals can be weakened by walls, floors, and other obstacles. This can cause slower speeds and a weaker connection, especially in larger buildings.
Speed: Wired networks generally provide faster speeds than wireless networks, especially for large file transfers or streaming video. While wireless technology has come a long way, it still needs to match the speed and reliability of a wired connection.

Pros of a Completely Wired Environment:
Reliability: Wired networks are generally more reliable than wireless networks. They don’t suffer from interference or signal strength issues, and they provide faster speeds.
Security: Wired networks are generally more secure than wireless networks. They are harder to hack, and there is less risk of unauthorized access to your network.
Scalability: Wired networks can be more easily scaled to meet the needs of your business. You can add new devices to your network without worrying about signal strength or interference issues.
Speed: Wired networks generally provide faster speeds than wireless networks. This makes them ideal for businesses that need to transfer large files or stream video.

Cons of a Completely Wired Environment:
Cost: Wired networks can be more expensive to install than wireless networks. You need to install cabling throughout the building, which can be time-consuming and expensive.
Flexibility: Wired networks are less flexible than wireless networks. You need to be in a specific location to access the network, and you can’t easily move devices around the building.
Mobility: Wired networks limit your mobility. You can’t easily move around the building while staying connected to the network, which can be a problem for businesses that need to be mobile.
Maintenance: Wired networks require more maintenance than wireless networks. You need to regularly check and replace cables, and you need to make sure that the cabling is installed correctly and protected