May 14, 2012

BYOD and the Wireless Revolution


Smartphones. Touch screen tablets. Handheld video conferencing tools. Wireless devices are invading every aspect of enterprise operations, causing IT managers to reexamine their WLAN deployments.

For IT departments whose networks are ready to support the surge in wireless traffic, the "bring your own device" (BYOD) revolution promises huge gains in productivity, mobility and cost savings, all on devices purchased by the employees.

But are you ready? Enterprises that are not prepared for the tidal wave of wireless devices massing in the market will not only fail to realize the benefits of the BYOD revolution; their networks will be crippled.

BYOD doesn't have to mean Bring Your Own Difficulties.

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