The wireless industry enables businesses and individuals worldwide to access the Internet to connect for communication and to access information, employment opportunities, and various ways to manage their wealth, brands, businesses, and lives. The industry achieves this by sending impulses through cable that is wired to the service providers who then transmit their content wirelessly. That is more than a simplistic definition and is only to convey the message that the data goes out wirelessly without sound or physical substance, but instead in carefully calculated waves.
The reach of the wireless industry is wide. In the United States, it is common for individuals to have Wi-Fi in individual residences as well as businesses. This enables entrepreneurs to have offices in their homes either as their only office site or in addition to a physical office in a building. This has enabled the US definition of office and business to be associated more with individual talent rather than geographic office sites.
Wireless technology now enables an individual to create an “office” with a compact tablet computer, an email service, a word processor, and possibly a portable phone with a data plan for the phone service. Thus, going wireless becomes going affordable.