The Catholic Education Office (CEO) in Sydney has deployed ‘one of the world’s largest’ 802.11ac wireless networks, from Aruba Networks.
The BYOD to the workplace phenomenon has created a range of issues for employers, one of the obvious ones being security. However, just as important is the management of access to the corporate Wi-Fi network and the prioritisation and allocation of resources and this is an area where a David and Goliath battle is being fought.
Aruba Network has announced a new wireless LAN platform that it says addresses the explosion of mobile applications and devices challenging enterprise networks, while dramatically reducing enterprise IT costs.
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