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  • Managing mobile UC in a BYOD environment

    Sponsored by: SearchSecurity.com

    This e-guide reviews key tips and considerations to keep in mind when designing mobile UC and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies to keep sensitive information secure while enabling increased flexibility and mobility.

  • Successful Mobile Deployments Require Robust Security

    Sponsored by: BlackBerry

    Now that mobility has become an integral part of an enterprise's infrastructure, IT must now support and secure these mobile devices. Read this whitepaper to find out the unique security requirements that these mobile devices create and the three components of mobile security protection.

  • FREE Wi-Fi Planning Tool: HiveManager Online Planner

    Sponsored by: Aerohive Networks

    Plan a Wi-Fi deployment using Aerohive’s FREE web-based planning tool!

  • Presentation Transcript: Strategic Steps for Moving to LTE

    Sponsored by: Alcatel-Lucent

    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.

  • 5 Best Practices for Smartphone Support: The Enterprise Guide to Smart Support for Smart Devices

    Sponsored by: LogMeIn, Inc.

    This paper features real-world examples from US enterprises on how the benefits of keeping mobile devices functioning without interruption are felt on every level of business.

  • Considerations for Mobilizing Your Lotus Notes Applications

    Sponsored by: Teamstudio, Inc.

    In this paper, we’ve reviewed several viable options for mobilizing your Lotus Notes applications, and only you and your team can decide what will work best for your organization. One thing, however, is clear. When you give it some thought, you’ll find that mobilizing carefully selected applications and functions makes good business sense.

  • The CIO’s Guide to Mobilizing the Enterprise

    Sponsored by: BlackBerry

    A successful mobility plan should focus on ‘mobilizing’ your critical business processes and include planning phases for discovery, development and deployment. This guide focuses on how to build an effective mobility plan while providing valuable insight into the benefits of mobilizing your business applications.

  • Small Cells and U!

    Sponsored by: Ruckus Wireless

    This presentation transcript explores the possibility of making the process of connecting to Wi-Fi services as easy, seamless and secure as today's 3G cellular networks

  • BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express

    Sponsored by: BlackBerry

    By mobilizing email, calendar, personal information management, and your business applications, your company can boost business performance, increase productivity and enable workers to make timely decisions based on the most accurate information available.

  • Mobility on Cisco Catalyst Series Switches - The Wired Side of Wireless

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    Cisco has defined a wireless architecture that provides tight integration and unification of wired and wireless networks. Read this paper to learn about the key features and business benefits of Cisco Catalyst Series switches and Cisco Unified Wireless Networks.

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