Wireless Networking White Papers
Sponsored by: Extreme Networks
Fueled by big expectations for increased Wi-Fi performance, the excitement building around Wave 2 of 802.11ac comes as no surprise. But is it just more technology hype or will Wave 2 provide quantifiable business benefits? In this e-book, learn the 5 key justifications required to build a winning business case for Wave 2.
Sponsored by: BoxTone
With an explosion of iPhone, BlackBerry & Android devices entering your workplace, how advanced is your team’s ability to secure, manage and support them? Read this Aberdeen report to learn how the best-in-class are benefiting from leveraging mobility management.
Sponsored by: Citrix Systems, Inc.
Securing corporate data is a top IT imperative and with more employees working from alternative locations, the mobile security challenge has become a critical focus for IT. Read this white paper to understand how local virtual desktops based on Citrix XenClient should be a part of your security strategy.
The Convergence of Enterprise Telecom Services: BlackBerry Mobile Voice System on the Aruba Networks Wireless LAN InfrastructureSponsored by: Aruba Networks
Learn about the benefits that fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) and unified communications (UC) offer for both remote and mobile employees and for the corporate IT group, and solutions available to help implement these technologies.
Sponsored by: Code42
This exclusive case study examines how a major American university utilized an endpoint backup solution in combination with a private cloud strategy to streamline backup management, support all mobile platforms and lower overall costs.
Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.
Today’s workers demand mobile devices, SaaS and online collaboration tools in order to be more productive. Given that these new consumer-inspired technologies cannot be divorced from the current IT infrastructure, CIOs face difficult questions. Read this paper to learn how CIOs can ensure that they are orchestrating a harmonic convergence.
Sponsored by: BlackBerry
Employees are flooding IT departments with requests to connect their personal smartphones to the company IT infrastructure. Disregarding the real productivity benefits from connected employees, until now many IT departments have been too concerned with security and control risks.
The iEverything Enterprise: Understanding and Addressing IT's Dilemma in a World Dominated by Wireless Smart DevicesSponsored by: Aerohive Networks
Virtualization, cloud computing and wireless technologies are providing gains in productivity and cost savings. Enterprise applications can now be delivered to almost any device, regardless of whether they are issued corporately or personally owned. Learn how almost every IT department is experiencing the effects of smart device adoption.
Sponsored by: Teamstudio, Inc.
User demand has forced IT to re-evaluate company policies and embrace mobile computing. Access this exclusive resource to explore how companies are now taking mobile computing to the next level with customized mobile applications designed to enhance productivity in the workplace.
Sponsored by: Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise
In this exclusive white paper, explore 802.11ac, and how this evolved Wi-Fi standard has extended coverage beyond physical boundaries in the office, and offers more reliable connections no matter how many clients are trying to access the network.