Nearly 70 per cent of UK enterprise is not interested in wireless networking, reveals shocking study

Charlee Gothard
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Lack of trust in network pain points?

A massive 68 per cent of UK enterprises have no plan to reduce the amount of wire in their corporate networks within the next 12 months, a Computing study has revealed. Flying in the face of man...

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