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September 09, 2014
AirTight's latest 802.11ac access point delivers gigabit speeds to users, with wireless intrusion prevention services to IT.
July 17, 2014
Apple iOS 8 will add a MAC address spoofing feature to iPhones and iPads for wireless privacy. It could interfere with Wi-Fi location-based services used by many consumer-facing businesses.
June 10, 2014
Juniper, Aruba announced a partnership to converge their respective wired and wireless LAN technology for simplified network management.
April 04, 2014
Enterprise IT teams must address security pitfalls, assign BYOD policies for personal devices in the workplace, says vendor panel at Interop 2014.
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Hotspot 2.0 and the IEEE 802.11u protocol could allow mobile device users to securely roam between Wi-Fi and cellular networks without stopping to authenticate. Continue Reading
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Aerohive adds the ability to manage mobile devices to its Wi-Fi management platform, combining mobile device management and network management. Continue Reading
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Enterprises need device and operating-system-agnostic BYOD management. Ruckus offers device-agnostic networking software for enterprise WLANs. Continue Reading
Mobile workers are more productive than their peers, but still are frustrated by confusing BYOD policies and lack of ubiquitous Wi-Fi. Continue Reading
In this networking blog roundup, learn why better BYOD policies are user-oriented, and find out what the HiveManager update means for WLAN security. Continue Reading
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Will Gigabit Wi-Fi significantly alter network security, or will it mean business as usual? Expert Brad Casey discusses the new 802.11ac standard. Continue Reading
IT shops lacking resources to manually configure hundreds of personal devices can automate wireless LAN access provisioning for BYOD with the right tools. Continue Reading
To handle 46,000 clients and 20,000 concurrent connections, UPenn had to automate wireless LAN access provisioning, but that was only a first step. Continue Reading