Oil and gas companies are using creative ways to enhance their performance, and one of those ways is using wireless technology to boost their productivity. The issue with these companies is a large amount of data that needs to be transferred and upheld, and the cost of doing that manually is large as well as hectic to maintain. Using wireless technology opens the portal to big data whereby these companies can regulate their data using real time, and it improves management manifold. Also, the use of wireless technology is being enforced by changes being made in the workforce. The newer generation of workers coming into the work field is accustomed to having information and technology at their fingertips in the form of Smartphones hence; companies need to adjust themselves and meet the needs of the workforce. Also, in order to establish inroads and make technological connections better, wireless technology serves as the better means of making work in the field convenient and efficient. Mobile platforms are convenient for users and developers to enable them in managing their mobile applications and help them find solutions in the workplace. Traditionally the use of Wi-Fi technology makes it possible to spread a mesh of networking and ease the access of information in the company. (Hill, 2015).
Customers also enjoy the use of wireless as it helps them connect faster enjoy all the available options at their fingertips. Not only that, it allows surveillance of the company and workplace by the owners, and it makes any problem easily detectable hence make the operation of the company smoother and better. (Kimmorley, 2015).
Wireless technology at home and the workplace makes information easily available to the users, and it helps in access to information anywhere by the fastest of means. Thus having it at home or the workplace is beneficial at many levels.
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