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Computer Weekly special report: The State of the Nation in Mobility

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Bring-Your-Own-Device Requires New Network Strategies

Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) is no longer the exception in the workplace – it’s the norm. Unfortunately, legacy network strategies are not sufficient for meeting the needs of mobility. The time is right for your approach to networking to evolve.

This essential resource examines the need for new network strategies in the age of BYOD and mobility, and offers recommendations to help you get there. Topics covered in this guide include:

  • BYOD and the growth of mobile computing
  • The challenges of current network architecture
  • The value of wireless LAN and capabilities to look for
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