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26 Your wireless infrastructure allows users to take the office with them wherever they go. The wireless network provides staff and guest workers with untethered access to voice, video, data and applications regardless of their physical location. With the influx of mobile devices and increase in Wi-Fi connections, organizations are already starting to see a paradigm shift to “wireless by default” and “wired by exception.” SEPTEMBER 2015 | WIRELESS NETWORKS Sources: 1 infonetics.com, “ WLAN market report,” December 2014 2dupress.com, “Gov on the Go,” February 2013 3 CDW, Surveying Your Network: A CDW Advisory Board Decision Maker Study, July 2014 The percentage of installed Wi-Fi access points that are compatible with the new 802.11ac wireless standard. 1 If you’re ready to upgrade your wireless network, we have everything you need to meet your hardware, management and security needs. Learn more at CDWG.com/network 25% The average gain in productivity of federal workers each year from increased usage of mobile devices. 2 12% The percentage of IT decision makers who plan to upgrade their wireless infrastructure in the next 12 months. 3 16% Growth in wireless data traffic annually. 3 81% NEXT STEPS FOR WIRELESS NETWORKS
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