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Making Wireless, Not Ethernet, the Heart of the Network 346

Posted by timothy
from the telepathy's-the-next-step dept.
GMGruman writes "As mobile devices enter the workplace and latch on to Wi-Fi networks — along with devices such as HVAC sensors and videoconferencing that most people don't even realize use Wi-Fi — the typical wireless LAN is unable to cope. What needs to happen, argues Aberdeen Group's Andrew Borg, is a rethink of the wireless LAN not as a casual adjunct to the wired LAN (the typical mentality when they were first set up) but as the corporate LAN itself."
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Making Wireless, Not Ethernet, the Heart of the Network

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