Aruba Wireless Networks Whitepapers


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Case Study: Microsoft Corporate Headquarters Runs Lync Over Aruba Wi-Fi
By Aruba Wireless Networks | 30/1/2013
As one of the world’s leading unified communications solution vendors, Microsoft has high expectations for the performance and robustness of the IT infrastructure on which its Microsoft Lync application runs. So when it came time to roll out Lync voice and video services over Wi-Fi at Microsoft’s own headquarters in Redmond, Washington, the bar was set high. Very high. Learn more.
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802.11ac Action Plan: A Network-Readiness Checklist
By Aruba Wireless Networks | 30/1/2013
Products based on the upcoming IEEE 802.11ac wireless-LAN (WLAN) standard are indeed going to dominate the enterprise wireless local-area network landscape. But as is often the case with new technologies, the hype surrounding the initial availability of .11ac products is running, to our thinking, anyway, a bit ahead of reality. Read more.
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The New Normal: Mobile Device and App Behaviour Over Wi-Fi and Best Practices for Wireless Networks
By Aruba Wireless Networks | 17/1/2013
Use of more mobile devices and hence more mobile applications at work create an ever-changing number of challenges for wireless network administrators and engineers. With smartphones, tablets and latest generation of laptops entering the workplace, a wide variety of smartphones and tablets access the network, almost always using Wi-Fi as the preferred – and sometimes the only – way to connect. Find out more about the New Normal of Wi-Fi Networking.
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Vendor Landscape: Wireless LAN
By Aruba Wireless Networks | 14/1/2013
The Wireless LAN (WLAN) market will become your primary network access layer – this is inevitable in most enterprises. Use Info-Tech’s research to help you choose the solution best suited to your needs. Download now.
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Everybody Loves Wi-Fi
By Aruba Wireless Networks | 14/1/2013
Rapid and escalating growth in demand for wireless connectivity is fast becoming a major issue in large enterprises, putting ever more pressure on Wi-Fi infrastructures already creaking under the strain. Pressure that, in turn, has implications when it comes to business agility, productivity and, ultimately, profitability. Read more.
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