Issue OverviewNetwork Evolution - Feburary 2013 - Vol 4/ No.1
Every access network now must be engineered to enable, manage and secure BYOD. In this edition of Network Evolution, we offer insight into designing and securing the wireless LAN for BYOD. Access >>>
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BYOD challenges that lurk beyond network security
by Shamus McGillicuddy
Everyone knows security tops the list of BYOD challenges, but network pros will face a slew of other headaches along the way.
Balancing wireless LAN troubleshooting strategies for BYOD
by Lisa A. Phifer
Security is only half the challenge when it comes to supporting a BYOD WLAN. The rest depends on WLAN troubleshooting to handle personal device drain.
- BYOD challenges that lurk beyond network security by Shamus McGillicuddy
Four IT shops, four approaches to BYOD network security
by David Geer
With no single solution for BYOD network security, engineers are getting crafty at integrating varied technologies to handle the challenge.
- Four IT shops, four approaches to BYOD network security by David Geer
In BYOD networking, no single solution
by Rivka Gewirtz Little, Executive Editor
Since there is no silver bullet for BYOD networking challenges, engineers need to get creative in technology integration … and then get management on board.
- In BYOD networking, no single solution by Rivka Gewirtz Little, Executive Editor
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