Wireless network connectivity is expected of today's professional organizations.  It's not considered optional.  Your workforce expects it, your customers expect it, and your business partners expect it.  Employees are on the go like never before - from desks to meeting rooms to huddles in the break room.  And they expect the network to support their personal devices.  Guests expect convenient connectivity when they visit. 

Wireless networks make business sense.  In many cases, wireless networks can provide significant cost savings - in both time and materials - when compared to scaling a wired network.  Wireless networks save time - anyone can join online meetings from anywhere, partners can present and demo content from the Internet, and new devices are up and running in a matter of minutes.

But how secure is all that wireless networking?  Where's the border of a wireless network?  What makes it okay to put Guest networking on the same Access Point as your Corporate traffic?  How many devices can your wireless infrastructure support?  How can it be a cloud if it's controlling my local wireless network?  If all Access Points really aren't created equal, what's the difference? 

Let's answer this and more.

Wireless Networking Solutions
·  Enterprise Wireless Networking
·  Cloud-Controlled Wireless Networking
·  Wireless Network Security
·  Wireless Network Management
·  Wired and Wireless Scalability and Integration

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