Top 7 Considerations for Your Wireless Network

It’s a wireless world outside, with cell phones, BlackBerries, netbooks, and more relying on various wireless data networks to connect and communicate. Adding or upgrading your wireless local area network (WLAN) inside the business adds flexibility, convenience, and keeps data available everywhere inside your company. This paper presents seven things to consider when adding or upgrading a WLAN for your business.
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