sponsored by Xirrus
Posted:  30 Jan 2014
Published:  30 Jan 2014
Format:  PDF
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

You know the feeling. Everyone's experienced it. When's the last time you had something you really needed to get done, but the Wi-Fi was so unusable it made it impossible? Chances are, probably not that long ago considering how much we all rely on Wi-Fi. So what, exactly, did you experience? We've coined a new term for it: a #WiFail. A #WiFail is exactly what it sounds like—it's what happens when a user can't perform a mission-critical task due to network congestion.In the inforgraphic, we take a look at the strengths and weaknesses of these approaches. For organizations that are BYOD already, or looking to move to BYOD, understanding how to ensure business applications perform to QoS over Wi-Fi is critical.

 






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