The very basics of cabling in any business call for your building to have proper electrical outlets to power everything. Power cabling can be installed properly to make all your electrical connections safe.
In regards to your internet connection, a number of cabling options can be provided depending on the needs of your business and your budget.
Ethernet (copper) and fibre optic cables can be provided to give you a wired connection around the building for your devices to access the internet.
Alternatively, Wi-Fi can be installed in the building saving the need for each device to connect up to the internet by being connected to wires.
- Improved consistency and reduced risk of downtime as your office cabling network will be organised.
- Future investments make the cabling network easy to upgrade so high bandwidths can be handled around the office.
- Cost-effective measure as it boosts reliability as the network will be secure and easily manageable.
Before you can get to wonder what type of network cabling you need, you have to create a Local Area Network (LAN) in the first place for all your devices to have shared internet access and have access to all the files stored on the same network. This can be set up with cabling services.
Data cabinets or comms rack where many cables will be stored, providing the power to your network, can be managed as part of the service to make sure you get the best performance from your network by organising in a safe and efficient way. Read more here.
Cabling for CCTV installation and the set-up of the system can be arranged too to keep your premises monitored at all times.