|We have all heard a lot about Unified Access. The unspoken question is, can you afford to do it? And what are the implications to do the necessary changes?
In today’s new era of mobility, device and application freedom, networks are often not prepared to support the flexibility these technologies demand. Couple this with the IT team’s restricted budgets, the increased operational complexity, and the security threat exposure, and we are seeing a perfect storm brewing for today’s enterprise network.
With wireless use growing at double digit rates and wired access continuing to be a critical part of the enterprise infrastructure, users want the freedom and flexibility to be able to connect whether they are wired or wireless. Plus, as BYOD expands, network users want to be able to connect regardless of device type they are using. Wired and wireless have to coexist and to reach real user freedom we need to make sure all network services are seamlessly available on both networks. Users should be able to choose between corporate and personal devices and use either wired or wireless connections.
Wireless networks have greatly benefited from advances in security and technology but LANs have been left behind. How can you bring these typically siloed networks into one cohesive access network?
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