Doctors and nurses in hospitals are more productive because hand-held or notebook computers with wireless LAN capability deliver patient information instantly.

Consulting or accounting audit engagement teams or small workgroups increase productivity with quick network setup.

Network managers in dynamic environments minimize the overhead of moves, adds, and changes with wireless LANs, thereby reducing the cost of LAN ownership.

Training sites at corporations and students at universities use wireless connectivity to facilitate access to information, information exchanges, and learning.

Network managers installing networked computers in older buildings find that wireless LANs are a cost-effective network infrastructure solution.

Retail store owners use wireless networks to simply frequent network reconfiguration.

Trade show and branch office workers minimize setup requirements by installing preconfigured wireless LANs needing no local MIS support.

Warehouse workers use wireless LANs to exchange information with central databases and increase their productivity.

Network managers implement wireless LANs to provide backup for mission-critical applications running on wired networks.

Senior executives in conference rooms make quicker decisions because they have real-time information at their fingertips.

Above material taken from WLANA