I'm renovating the office and front public area as part of my call center upgrade. Part of this is having the electrician come out to change/improve the electrical service. The electrician can also handle pulling data cable and installing the proper terminations so that each station has a connection to the LAN and there is a central "hub" point for the server, switch, router, and all. For each workstation, I need to connect three devices to the LAN: PC, VoIP Phone, and Printer. The original design I'm working under was before the small gigabit switches were plentiful and affordable. So there are a wall boxes all over the place that have multiple plugs, each with one wire running back to the central gang terminal. A big mess and a real nightmare to manage. To simplify, can I just run a single wire from the central terminal to each station, and then use a gigabit switch as a splitter? Or is the old style "one cable per device" the way to go?