7 reasons to deploy Wi-Fi security in Enterprise mode

SMBs may find the Personal mode of Wi-Fi security easier to deploy, but that may be a costly mistake

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Although it's tempting to use the Personal mode of Wi-Fi security, which is easy to setup and use, businesses and organizations really need to use the Enterprise mode of WPA2--also known as 802.11i. Although it requires a RADIUS server to do the 802.1X authentication and is more complex to setup, it provides superior Wi-Fi security and can save you time and money in the long run.

Here are several reasons why businesses and organization should utilize Enterprise-level Wi-Fi security.

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1. Eliminates the security risks of shared passwords

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