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Corporate Wireless LAN: The Users Speak
This groundbreaking new report reveals what 15 network managers from ten industry sectors really think about deploying and managing business-class wireless LANs. It includes comments from networking professionals on their experiences with WLAN network architectures (switches, controllers, and "smart" APs), security, user access control, RF management, return on investment, voice over wireless LAN, and much more.
This report reveals what 15 network managers from ten industry sectors really think about deploying and managing business-class wireless LANs. Use the links below to sample extracts from the report.
Table of contents (0304toc.pdf)
The ongoing cost of management is the most important factor for network managers when they're planning deploying and operating corporate wireless LANs, according to this chart. (0304fact.pdf)
Network managers are generally satisfied with the reliability and security of their wireless networks, but often need help from their vendor or integrator for the initial deployment, as this chart shows. (0304sat.pdf)
The report includes comments on network architectures, security, user access control, RF management, wireless applications, and much more, collected from interviews with network managers from ten industry sectors: healthcare; retail; education; financial; manufacturing; local government; legal services; consulting; design services; and construction.
The network managers interviewed for the report used products from the following business-class wireless LAN vendors: AirDefense; Airespace; AirFortress; Aruba Wireless Networks; Bluesocket; Cisco Systems (Nasdaq: CSCO); Intermec Technologies; Proxim (Nasdaq: PROX); ReefEdge; SpectraLink; Symbol Technologies (NYSE: SBL); Trapeze Networks; and Vernier Networks.
Total pages: 19
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