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Looking for ways to make your business run more efficiently? Structured cabling is an often-overlooked way to help your business operate at its best, particularly if you rely heavily on technology as most of today’s businesses do. Here are some of the top ways we can help your business thrive.

Organised Cable Management

Reduced Risk of Downtime

Scalable & Flexible Networks

Long Term Cost Reduction


Benefits Explained

1. Structured Cabling Makes It Easy to Manage Everything

No matter the size of your business or the complexity of your IT infrastructure, structured cabling can help tremendously when it comes to managing your technology. If you have dozens of wires going to different equipment – computers, phones, access control, security cameras, smart lighting, copy machines, etc. – then it can be hard to manage unless everything is clearly labeled and organized.

When your IT infrastructure is well-designed and well-organized, your employees can be much more productive. You can carry out day-to-day operations including video conferences, voice calls, streaming, and much more with the peace of mind that your network is up to the task. Reliable technology is one of the keys to realizing your business’s full potential and structured cabling is essential to reliable technology!

2. Reduces the Chance of Costly Downtime

Any business owner knows that the cost of downtime can be steep, even if it’s just for thirty minutes or an hour. Sometimes, a network goes down for unexplained reasons. If this happens, it’s much easier to find the cause when all the cables are organized and clearly labeled. You can quickly identify where the problem is and fix it.

Whether it’s a simple fix or a complicated one, the troubleshooting and repair can be carried out much more quickly. And since the cables are neatly out of the way, no one is going to trip on them, pull a plug, and cause downtime.

3. Structured Cabling Can be Flexible as You Grow

Technology can change rapidly, and if you don’t keep up, it can have dire consequences for your business. Each time your company invests in a new IT system, it’s important to make sure that it is future proof. This is true when it comes to cabling. If a new innovation comes out in the next few years and you want to upgrade, you should easily be able to do so with a well-designed system of structured cabling.

With a disorganized cabling system, it might be hard to swap out cables for new ones that transmit more data, more quickly. It might also be hard to reorganize or add new hardware.


It is important to know that you can not only move or rearrange your cabling, but you can also add to it as time goes on and your needs change. As your company grows, you can also bring your cabling up to speed when you use a structured cabling system.

If you need to add several new workstations, another server cabinet, or more bandwidth, then you can easily add these things to a well-organized structured cabling system. You can add multiple new employees or more technology without having to reinstall your whole IT infrastructure. 

4. IT Invetment – Saves You Money Long Term

Due to its reliability, flexibility, and scalability, a well-designed cabling system will help you save money and grow your bottom line. When you keep everything organized, you can spend less money on repairs, downtime, rearranging or adding new technology to your infrastructure.

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Triton is here to provide cost-effective structured cabling solutions to Botswana businesses of all shapes and sizes. We’ll help your business succeed with reliable, flexible, scalable data wiring solutions! Contact us today for a no-cost site survey and find out what we can do to prepare your business for growth.

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What is structured cabling?

Structured cabling includes voice and data cabling and the hardware associated with it. There are multiple types of cabling that can be selected, planned out, and installed in order to meet your company’s unique needs.

Is structured cabling expensive?

Structured cabling will cost more than having a tangle of unlabeled, disorganized wires…but it will make up for it with its superior efficiency, organization, reliability, and scalability!

What are the different types of cabling?

Structured cabling systems can include multiple types of network cabling including fiber optic & twisted pair wiring, with different subcategories within these types. When you work with Triton, your installer will help you determine exactly the types that best suit your situation.

What are the benefits of structured cabling?

Structured cabling can provide many benefits for a business that is having problems with networking.

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