This expert E-Guide provides recommendations for improved wireless network management. Uncover tools that take applications into account when measuring WLAN performance and key tips for securing wireless networks for a small business.
This E-Guide from SearchNetworking.com explores the impact BYOD is having on the WLAN and what you need to do to provide a quality experience to your mobile users without compromising security or control.
High-performance businesses demand a high-performance network infrastructure that provides fast, secure and reliable delivery of the applications that drive the business. Switches deployed in regional offices, campuses and data centers enable these business processes by connecting users.
This resource provides a blueprint for the workplace of the future, explaining in-depth the four key characteristics of the network in a next-gen enterprise. View now to learn how to prepare for, embrace, and enjoy the many benefits of a mobile enterprise.
The growing success of mobile data services and of end user devices, such as the iPhone, are causing performance bottlenecks into our next generation mobile networks. This presentation transcript takes a look at how LTE, the next generation of wireless network, is dealing with these challenges while taking the user experience to the next level.
Historically, a new, major generation of wide-area wireless technologies emerges roughly every 10 years. So, what does the upcoming 5G wireless technology have to offer, and how is it different from previous generations? In this e-guide, uncover the important technologies that will enable 5G and learn about what it will be able to do.
Read this eBook to learn how faster, more robust 802.11n WLANs can help your business offer new mobility services to improve mobility and reduce cost through fixed-mobile convergence. Discover how unified communications applications can exploit wireless mobile connectivity to facilitate workforce collaboration and enhance productivity.
This paper discusses the controller-based architecture was created to solve manageability, mobility (as opposed to portability), and high operational expenditure (OPEX) problems that were prevalent in autonomous (fat, thick, standalone) AP implementations.