Employees average nearly 90 minutes per day of additional productive time using wireless.

In 2000, Cisco deployed an enterprisewide wireless LAN (WLAN) and began providing all employees with wireless access-enabled PCs. In 2005, Cisco surveyed more than 25,000 employees to assess the WLAN’s impact on productivity.

This WLAN benefits case study highlights survey results, including:

  • More than 42% of those surveyed used the WLAN as their primary network access medium.
  • More than 80% said the WLAN was “critical” or “highly useful” to them.
  • Employees averaged 86 minutes of additional productive time.
  • Almost 73% wanted to use a dual-mode Wi-Fi/cellular phone or Wi-Fi voice over IP (VoIP) handset.

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