Over time with changes in a company’s infrastructure, design, staff complement, and objectives, there comes a requirement to relocate network points. Some of reasons why you may need to relocate your current network points:
Such physical changes often force modifications to be made to a company’s network, with the actual floor space in which to work being changed. Network point relocations will allow for better flow of activities and daily operations.
People and equipment must be positioned in a way that enables maximum efficiency and productivity and equipment may need to be moved to achieve this. The proximity of people within an office space can result in better collaboration of teams with objectives being met faster, better work being outputted, and ideas being exchanged more easily. In this case it makes great financial sense to relocate network points, to make this all possible.
Organisation restructures are commonplace today, and with them come role changes and job relocations. Often changes need to be made to the physical network to accommodate these moves.
Introducing new systems into your network, such as IP telephony, will likely require network cabling upgrades. If your current system has been well planned, and quality cabling been installed at the onset, it may simply require the relocation of some network points for the roll out of these additions.
With gradual network changes over time, if network cables have not been installed carefully or encounter significant increases in electrical or magnetic interference around them, signal disruptions and degradation can occur. This will affect data transmission, causing intermittent communication between devices, thereby slowing the network down and resulting in lost information, dropped calls, poor signal strength and frustrated employees. Network points may need to be moved to prevent this.
No matter what the reason, Supima Technologies is here to assist you with all your network cabling requirements.