The rapid development of the Internet and networking technologies like 802.11n as well as Gigabit Ethernet and FTTH and the related technologies have led to an expansion of shared services and resources. These resources e.g., files can be accessed from desktops, laptops, workstations, pdas, cell phones, televisions in many cases without regard to location and at very good speeds. Mobile agents can play an important role in allowing anytime/anywhere access. This study attempts to investigate the use of mobile agents as a means of improving data availability over a wireless network. Resources were distributed using the static client/server model as well as the dynamic mobile agent model and the results showed the viability of the mobile agents approach.