The increase in enterprise WLANs is being driven largely by the rapid growth of mobile devices in the enterprise — what many are calling the "consumerization of IT" — and the resultant increase in enterprise mobility applications.
In this study, we set to explore, with the help of ISMG, how enterprises view mobile security risks, what capabilities they are currently deploying vis-a`-vis the four pillars of the framework and what their short-to- medium-term plans are to extend these capabilities.
Students and teachers at Belleville Township High School District now rely on Ruckus Networks to stay connected to laptops, tablets, and smartphones. With Ruckus Cloud Wi-Fi, the IT team at Belleville Township High School District is able to access and manage WLANs with a click of a button.
Read this case study to learn why they chose Ruckus Cloud Wi-Fi, allowing Belleville to take classroom learning to the next level.
Learn about the 10 requirements needed for optimizing your network for mobility and see the potential issues IT faces in a mobile-first enterprise and the advantages of framing the problems properly for long-term success and effectiveness.
Published By: AirDefense
Published Date: Apr 24, 2007
This paper outlines the specific elements of wireless LAN security (perimeter control, access control, date protection, and monitoring) and WLAN management (configuration, fault diagnostics, network usage, and policy enforcement). Reader will gain a keen understanding of how to effectively lockdown a wireless LAN and manage it for peak performance.
Digital voices are everywhere in a digital factory. In this brief, we’ll elaborate on the technology tools digital factories use for three common functions: asset management, production planning and materials replenishment.
Text messaging is simple, concise and compatible with virtually every mobile device, operating system and wireless carrier, making it very appealing to financial advisors and their customers. However, if used for business communications, texts can create tremendous risk.
Less than a third of financial firms have a text supervision solution in place according to the Smarsh 2016 Electronic Communications Compliance Survey, the largest compliance gap facing financial firms today. Text messaging can’t be ignored by firms any longer.
Today, the widespread availability of 3G and 4G cellular or wireless broadband networks enables digital signage to be deployed virtually anywhere. Combined with cloud-enabled network management and content delivery systems, 3G and 4G wireless broadband networks are propelling digital signage deployments at an accelerated pace. In countless venues, digital signage networked via wireless broadband signal penetrates hard-to-reach locations, new markets, and can achieve a faster return on investment.
Mobile Global Workforce is predicted to surge to 1.87 billion by 2022. Be prepared for the wireless expansion with Mobility Express. Cisco’s Mobility Express* is designed for small businesses that want a controllerless solution with Wi-Fi management functions embedded in the Cisco Aironet® access point itself. Offering SMB’s Cisco’s industry-leading enterprise capabilities at a fraction of the enterprise cost.
While short outages are common, longer service disruptions – due to weather, human error or even squirrels – can be catastrophic, paralyzing business operations. Your organization can feel the consequences long after the connection has been repaired. This white paper explores the benefits of using 4G LTE as a back up solution to maximize revenue and minimize business risk downtime can have on your brand. You’ll learn how a 4G wireless solution has benefits over wired backup solutions for business continuity.
Please download the whitepaper to learn more!
A few short years after 3G service brought us anytime, anywhere broadband-and before Apple rolled out its 3G iPhone-4G networks began raising the bar in select markets. This latest evolution in wireless networking offers faster wireless data transmission speeds, vastly superior coverage and support for a new generation of mobile applications and services.
802.11ac ist auf dem besten Weg der neue Standard für Next-Generation Wi-Fi zu werden. Dieser neue 802.11ac Standard für Wireless LANs (WLANs) gewährleistet Gigabit-Geschwindigkeit, verbesserte Leistung und erhöhte Zuverlässigkeit und deckt damit alle Anforderungen ab, die durch die stetig steigende Zahl an mobilen Usern und mobilen Geräten sowie die verstärkte Nutzung von mobilen Applikationen entstehen. Ob Sie ein Early Adopter sind und bereits angefangen haben zu planen oder wie viele Unternehmen noch abwarten, laden Sie sich unsere Anleitung herunter und Sie erfahren, wie Sie in nur fünf Schritten ein 802.11ac WLAN aufsetzen können.
Download this white paper to learn more about these 7 things utilities should know about private wireless networks:
Capacity vs. range
Topologies (PTP, Rings, Mesh, PMP)
Licensed vs. unlicensed
Line of sight vs. non-line of sight
Quality of service
A team approach and careful consideration of operational and security issues will pave the way for effective guidance. The drivers are many, but big draws include the potential for greater productivity — giving people anywhere, anytime access to information via devices they’re comfortable with.
Not all 802.11ac solutions are the same, with the right approach, you can combine the mobility of wireless with the performance of wired networks. To get up to speed on 802.11ac, we're providing an 802.11ac migration cheat sheet and webinar on-demand.
This paper examines both the centralized WLAN switch architecture and the optimized WLAN architecture, so that the wireless network choice an organization makes today will protect its investment and allow it to experience the substantial benefits of 802.11 for years to come.
Download this white paper to gain insight from the research firm IDC which predicts that some 1.2 billion workers will be using mobile enterprise tools by 2011, representing roughly a third of the total global workforce (February 2010). Some of these people are almost exclusively mobile, whereas some will only occasionally use mobile enterprise tools. Whatever the case, there are very few who would argue against the fact that investing in mobility has the potential to raise productivity, accessibility and visibility.