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More -- and more complex -- mobile devices are jumping on your enterprise network, gobbling up bandwidth from the WLAN infrastructure. This technical guide shows you how to cope and how to prep your network for the future.   Access >>>

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  • Mobile's impact: Sudden and deep
  • BYOD in your wireless LAN? You need integrated tools
  • Before you buy: How to evaluate wireless LAN requirements

 

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