Say for example that you are setting up a basic home office in your guest room which includes a desk and certain other components. It has a computer, telephone, and a television. You need to connect each device to the wall. Here, you have an option to connect each device to its corresponding jack in the wall. With such a scenario, you have the phone connected to the phone jack, TV with the cable jack on the opposite wall. Because there wasn't a network cable in the bedroom, you got a technical person to install a network jack but he installed it in another wall. This way it will clearly look bad because there are wires going from the desk to three of the four walls in the room. This setup is prone to some hazards as well.
On the other hand, you have the second option which involves the installation of a keystone outlet on the wall behind the desk. With this single jack into the wall, you can plug all three cables. It minimizes the clutter and reduces the risk of tripping. It's an elegant solution which makes your home office look more professional.
This is the place which uses the highest number of cables and cords. Here the cables connect everything. Right from the recording hardware, amplifiers, sound modules, microphones, monitors, headphones and everything else which belongs to the audio system. Sometimes the engineer has to disconnect one or the other device to connect something else. Moreover, this place contains wires connected to some expensive piece of equipment. And if there is any sort of tug on the wires, the expensive pieces of equipments might break.
Now, what if your studio has sufficiently large patch bays installed by your engineer guy which can handle all of those cables in a more organized way? Your control room contains the cables that connect all of the hardware devices to a patchy bay. You can conceal this bay behind the console. The installed patch bay connects to a panel mounted on the console. This way, the engineer can enable all of the connections right from his chair. It eliminates the need to crawl behind the equipment. If you make use of this networking product, you can set all the panels on the wall which makes an easy approach for musicians to plug in their instruments like headphones, microphones, guitars, etc. Because of this connection between patch bay and panels behind the engineer's console, your floors would look clear, safeguards, and it will make your studio look more professional.
Cable management is an important aspect and it needs to be paid attention to from the beginning. An unorganized web of cables and wires is vulnerable to some or the other damage. Hence it is advisable to use the proper cable management system and using keystone jacks appropriately to manage cables will definitely extend their usage life.