• Dell, Aerohive partner in WLAN infrastructure management

    Partners Dell and Aerohive have collaborated on software for managing WLAN infrastructure hardware, including switches and access points.

    AntoneGonsalves2,980 pointsBadges:
  • Avaya joins vendors offering cloud-based management of WLANs

    Avaya plans to offer in the first half of next year cloud-based management for its access switches and WLAN 9100 access points.

    AntoneGonsalves2,980 pointsBadges:
  • How difficult would it be for your organization to migrate to cloud-based WLAN management?

    AntoneGonsalves2,980 pointsBadges:
  • Meet the challenge of WLAN security

    Security: Wireless local area networks provide a unique challenge for IT when it comes to security. But following common best practices can help prevent breaches

    ComputerWeekly10,910 pointsBadges:
  • Ten steps to wireless LAN security

    Value-added resellers (VARs) and integrators can add considerable value to their customers' wireless LANs by activating built-in security and integrating third-party security to fill gaps. In this checklist, we describe 10 steps to accomplish this goal.

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  • Do you think wireless LANs will replace Ethernet for your organization?

    Margaret Rouse24,515 pointsBadges:
  • Zebra Technologies AirDefense: WIPS overview

    Expert Karen Scarfone examines Zebra Technologies' AirDefense, a wireless intrusion prevention system designed to monitor enterprise network activity for WLANs.

    KScarfone855 pointsBadges:
  • WLAN driver is uninstalled by itself

    My WLAN driver is continuously being uninstalled by itself. What can I do?

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  • Blackpool Council revives town with indoor and outdoor wireless LAN

    The Blackpool Council has implemented an indoor and outdoor wireless LAN with a security strategy that enables secure VPN access for employees and guest access for tourists.

    rshustertt340 pointsBadges:
  • WLAN AP reviews: Aruba instant access points

    Aruba's series of IAP-225 access points promises quick provisioning and quick configuration, analyst Craig Mathias writes.

    Craig Mathias1,355 pointsBadges:

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