The question of whether to choose a wired or a wireless network is still a pretty simple question. The answer depends on how you intend to use the network. If you have a wireless laptop that you take back and forth between home and work, then a wireless connection is a must. But if you want to keep your computer files private, or want to watch high definition television and listen to a house-wide music system, the only way to go is a wired network and its underlying structured wiring.
Combining wired and wireless could be the best of both worlds. You could use a wired network for your personal computers in your home, and use a wireless laptop for convenience. In addition, networking wallplates can have the ability to offer a wireless access point that can be added by simply plugging one in.
A wired network has:
Faster speed—up to 1000 megabits per second (Mbps )
Longer possible range
A secured connection
Some good reasons to choose a wireless network are: