Designing a Wi-Fi Network for the World of BYOD

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Bruce Miller; Kowshik Bhat, Xirrus

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As the world going mobile, bring-your-own-device (BYOD) is becoming an integral part of every organization. While providing a plethora of benefits for the employees, it has the potential to negatively impact organizations if their networks are unprepared. BYOD can quadruple the number of devices on the network, which can cause it to slow down significantly and hinder the productivity of employees and the business overall. When enabling business applications on devices, performance becomes especially critical. View this video to hear more on the impact of BYOD on the networks and hear more on: - How should wireless networks be designed to support the transition from 2.4GHz to 5GHz devices? - How does device optimization work in a BYOD environment, with a myriad of unique mobile devices hitting a WiFi network unpredictably?

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