Very reliable - suitable for permanent installations
Permanent power is generally available
Very fast and large transfer speeds
Relatively Low cost
May be able to utilise a fixed IP address *
Initial high installation cost
Problems may arise due to being part of an alien network environment - I.e system may fall foul of corporate firewall restrictions
Computer system is immobile - moving the system will incur high installation costs
A wireless router is counted as a wired technology as your device will have a very limited mobile range
*Fixed IP address can be extremely useful
The device is mobile - the ideal choice for a vehicle
Installation cost may be considerably lower
Suitable for temporary installations
There should be no problems with corporate firewalls.
Terrain and remoteness may dictate this is the only viable solution
The device in theory could work any where in the world as long as a cellular or satellite phone signal is available.
Connection could be unreliable and tenuous.
Limited bandwith and download limits - cellular service restrictions
High data transfer costs
Power may be unavailable - alternative power source such as batteries and solar panels might be necessary.
You may need special environmental housing for your device.