The iEverything Enterprise Understanding and Addressing IT’s Dilemma in a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) World
sponsored by Aerohive Networks

Many organizations today are utilizing bring your own device (BYOD) policies to take advantage of the influx of personal mobile devices into their environments. To maximize the benefits of worker mobility, however, IT needs to think strategically about their Wi-Fi infrastructures to ensure the flexibility needed to accommodate rapid growth and changing user needs. This exclusive paper examines how your organization can balance your BYOD requirements with the high-performance, security, control and manageability required for delivering mission-critical applications to a host of wireless clients using Wi-Fi as the primary network access layer. 

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