The author argues that 802.11n will eventually become the dominant
enterprise LAN solution -- not just the dominant wireless LAN (WLAN)
technology. 802.11n is ready for pervasive enterprise deployment today,
as long as the enterprise keeps a few key considerations in mind.
Fixed mobile convergence (FMC) promises to keep users connected to
business applications such as inventory management, supply chain
management and accounting, and to do so independent of networks,
devices, location, or time.
Today, a paltry 11% of us use mobile devices for anything other
than talking or texting. Why is that? And what will it take to make
wireless data mainstream?
As business reliance on mobile devices increases, creating a consistent mobile communications experience -- one that enables mobile employees to work and roam transparently, regardless of network topology -- is becoming a key challenge for enterprise I.T. departments.
In the second installment of this two-part series, Deloitte analysts Alejandro Danylyszyn and Harley Young details the five critical factors for successfully mobilizing your workforce.
In the first installment of this two-part series, Deloitte Consulting analysts Alejandro Danylyszyn and Harley Young provide four steps to unleashing your users and realizing the value hidden in your enterprise mobility portfolio.
In our ongoing series on process and strategy, Craig Settles interviews I.T. executives from a range of enterprises, including Dunkin' Donuts, Cox Enterprises and 7-Eleven, about the process of needs analysis in any mobile deployment.
Whether you're a globe-trotting corporate warrior or a member of your enterprise's I.T. team trying to figure out how to manage a plethora of mobile devices around the world, you'll want to check out this special package on global roaming.
Do you or your workers need a primer on the many wireless standards in play around the world?