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The implementation of the wireless network is a complex process, which should be based on thoroughly developed plan. As the matter of fact, the successful implementation of the wireless network is practically impossible without planning and control over the implementation of the plan. The control over the implementation of the plan is essential to introduce possible changes to avoid errors and to arrive to the overall success of the implementation of the wireless network. In this regard, it is important to lay emphasis on the fact that the implementation of the wireless network may confront not only technical problems but also organizational problems. The latter are extremely important because the poor organization can ruin even the perfect, from the technical point of view, plan. In such a way, the successful implementation of the wireless network is based on the well-developed plan and successful solution of organizational and technical problems that may arise in the course of the development and implementation of the wireless network.

In actuality, the introduction of the wireless network aims at the improvement of the organizational performance and communication because it facilitates consistently the process of communication and transmission of data as well as it increases substantially the speed of transmission of data compared to conventional network. In such a context, advantages of the introduction of the wireless network can hardly be underestimated. At the same time, the implementation of the wireless network may raise the opposition within the organization or from the part of users, especially if the process of implementation can cause certain inconveniences for users. In such a situation, the implementation of the wireless network should start with the promotion of the idea of the importance of wireless network to users. Users should understand all the advantages and benefits of the wireless network compared to the network they have got used to use. In such a way, though explanation of all the advantages of the wireless network, it is possible to gain the support of users that is an essential condition of the overall success of the implementation of the wireless network.

The implementation of the wireless network will be carried out by the IT department, which should focus on the implementation of the wireless network and provide all the technical back-up and software essential for the implementation of the wireless network. In this respect, it is worth mentioning the fact that the introduction of the wireless network will need the development of the software and technical devices which can maximize the effectiveness of the operation of the wireless network. In such a situation, it is possible to suggest outsourcing the development of software in order to save costs and get the product of the high quality. Obviously IT companies specialized on the development of software for wireless network will create reliable and modern software which can maintain the effective and stable operation of the wireless network for a long period of time and, thus, such companies can make the wireless network effective in a long-run perspective.

At the same time, the implementation of the network based on the technology and software developed by the IT department will make the company independent from external suppliers, but the quality of the technology and especially software can be under a question. At any rate, the technology and software developed by the IT Department of the company may need to be upgraded to match the modern requirements to the wireless network. At this point, the problem of the information protection may be one of the most serious challenges the company may face in the course of the implementation of the wireless network.

Furthermore, the introduction of the wireless network will inevitably involve the training of users. In this respect, it is necessary to distinguish primary and secondary users. The primary users are the staff, professionals, who will work constantly with the wireless network and whose professional duties inevitably involve the use of the wireless network on the regular basis. The secondary users are all the rest, i.e. users who will use the wireless network occasionally and, therefore, they do not need to have a deep knowledge of the essence and functions of the wireless network to be able to use it.

The training of the primary users should start at the stage of the implementation of the wireless network. In such a way, they will understand how the wireless network operates. In addition, they will grow confident in their ability to operate and use the wireless network as good as developers of the network do. The training can take place just right at the workplace, where users can work in the real life environment and they will learn how to cope with possible problems if they occur in the operation of the wireless network or how to use the full potential of the wireless network. As for secondary users, they can participate in the training course organized specifically for secondary users. The training course should provide users with the general information about the wireless network and develop basic skills to use the wireless network.

The implementation of the wireless network should start when the primary or key users have completed their training. At the same time, by the moment of introduction, the wireless network should be completed and tested by its developers. Through testing it is possible to identify possible flaws and errors in the functioning of the wireless network. These flaws and errors should be eliminated before the introduction of the wireless network is accomplished, i.e. when all users can use the wireless network at the full scale.

After the introduction of the wireless network, it is necessary to develop the effective system of upgrades to ensure the stable maintenance and operation of the wireless network. In this respect, it is necessary to update the wireless network at least once a quarter. In such a way, the wireless network will be updated four times a year that will allow the wireless network to keep pace with the emerging technologies and software. At the same time, update will not be too frequent that may create difficulties for users since they will need to adapt to new updates.

Finally, the wireless network should be constantly monitored and audited in order to identify possible problems or inconveniences which emerge in the course of the functioning of the wireless network. Ideally, it is necessary to audit the wireless network as frequent as possible, but, objectively the effective audit is possible twice a month because auditors will have sufficient time to analyze the results of the audit and take decisions to eliminate revealed flaws.

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