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Nowadays wireless local area networks (WLAN ) is a mission critical part of the network no longer an afterthought. BYOD is a reality and mobile user's demand high performance accessibility to corporate resources like never before.
As mobility becomes commonplace, strategies for wireless and wired security must be woven together. This blending of environments causes unprecedented challenges for many organizations.
In a world where so much trading is systematic, millisecond delays matter. Low-latency, high-performance networking, therefore, has become a competitive imperative.
The network has become a utility that users can't do without. Mobility and bandwidth-hungry apps demand faster and more efficient networks.
The impact of mobility as a transformative technology is unlike most other waves giving how it has as much if not more of an impact on the workforce than the workplace. Given this uniqueness, traditional approaches to assessing the merit and value of deploying and managing mobility solutions can often create "analysis paralysis." This document explores a different approach to planning for mobility in your work place and key considerations for managing mobility deployments.
Companies must understand the issues around security and manageability of these devices, and the need to supplement the consumer-oriented device vendor supplied tools which often prove inadequate. A majority of enterprises will soon diversify their end user offerings in smart phone devices, including enabling user-liable devices to connect to their systems.
The McAfee® Enterprise Mobility Management (McAfee EMM®) solution provides the foundational underpinnings necessary for an organization to succeed with their application mobilization initiatives.It reassures enterprises that their data is protected and their mobile workforce is productive by enablingthem to connect to enterprise applications securely while providing a scalable architecture that can seamlessly manage up to thousands of mobile users.
IT executives with stringent mobile security and management requirements would be wise to consider centering their initiatives on Research In Motion's BlackBerry smartphone and backend infrastructure. In these articles, CIO, Computerworld, InfoWorld and Network World explore how RIM's latest administration tool, BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0, eases top IT concerns and ensures enterprises get the most value from their mobility programs.
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