How to Empower Your Company's Productivity with Connectivity
The concept of connectivity is simple: the ability of one device to connect to or communicate with other devices or systems. In order to establish connectivity you've got to be plugged in or, in the case of Wi-Fi, switched on. So, when a professional comes back from a meeting or sales call, how many connections will he or she need to transition from laptop portability to desktop productivity? Peripheral connections generally include a mouse and full-sized keyboard, external monitor(s), Gigabit Ethernet and device charger. That's five connections minimum to achieve basic desktop functionality. One of these (the charger) usually requires crawling under the desk. This is not a smooth transition from portability to desktop workability, and a Universal Docking Station can help to make this a much easier process.