The Multiple Faces of Mobility and the Impacts on your Network

Paul Lewis, Network Consultant, Networks First Limited
Whether it is the "bring your own devices" trend or the challenge of providing a wireless network that meets expectations, the increasingly mobile nature of the workplace is a challenge for IT.

This presentation explores key aspects of the more mobile workplace including:

- Whether the modern WLAN does away with the need for a Wired LAN?

- Do I need to provide Wireless LAN in my remote and/or home offices?

- How do I secure the mixture of devices (including BYO) and users?

- And how do I retain a control over my ICT and comms strategy in the face of the increased consumerisation of IT?
Jan 18 2012
58 mins
The Multiple Faces of Mobility and the Impacts on your Network
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