Low Voltage Cabling a Critical Component For Successful Essential Businesses and the WFH Workforce
We are in unprecedented times, and internet and business processes connectivity is a lifeline for organizations to be able to effectively communicate and serve their customers. With a sudden Work-From-Home (WFM) population, IT departments are struggling to set up procedures, ensure connectivity and address concerns of remote workers. Concerns of remote workers include complaints of computers running slowly and inability to complete business processes requiring network access. It’s important to note, computers running slowly does not always trace back to a computer issue. In fact, sometimes it is a network issue that is solved at the commercial or organization site rather than the residence.
When it comes to IT Cabling, Telephone Cabling and Computer Network Cabling (including low voltage, structured cabling and fiber optics cabling) the devices can only communicate as well as the cabling that links them together. Any vulnerability in broken cabling and faulty connections will lower the speed of an organizations network, or worse yet – stop the flow of data entirely.
IT organizations must rely on trusted partners to identify the issue, especially with low voltage cabling. The issue could be as small as a broken strand of wire inside a cable. For Fiber Optics cabling, the issue could be as small as dust build-up.
To keep your organization connected and avoid operations coming to a grinding halt, we recommend you call Illinois Business Communications, Chicagoland’s leading cabling infrastructure specialists. With over 30 years of service, IBC Expertly designs, installs and services comprehensive structured data cabling systems in commercial settings, which are efficient and keep your employees consistently connected and productive.
IBC services Cat3, Cat5, Cat5e, Cat6, Cat6a and Fiber Optic Cabling. In addition to these services, we also offer network cabling designs for new structures, cabling installs, cabling repairs and cabling retrofits for office renovations and facility expansions.
To learn more, visit 4-IBC.com, call 630-860-2266 or email us at info@4-IBC.com.