There are two ways that your network can be connected to exchange information — either "wired" using Ethernet cables or "wirelessly" using radio waves, known as Wi-Fi. Many people use a combination of wired and wireless technology to meet all of their networking needs. Let's look at a side-by-side summary of both technologies, their pros and cons, and recommendations to help you determine which best suits your needs.
Many users find themselves using a combination of wired and wireless technologies to extend their networks throughout their homes or business premises.
If you find that you need connectivity in certain areas of your home or business which are either not receiving a WiFi signal or are not wired for it, I can either install WiFi Access points or 'hard-wire' one or more ethernet outlet sockets. Another method is to use 'Powerline Adaptors' to extend the range of your broadband signal using your electricity circuit. There are however, limitations with using this method.