What's Next for Wi-Fi?

Wi-Fi is blossoming in the enterprise as organizations find new ways to leverage the wireless infrastructure and workers, having benefited from mobility, demand increased range and better performance (and support for all those devices they are bringing in from home). The industry is responding in kind, introducing new products and technologies, including gigabit Wi-Fi, and it is up to IT to bring it orchestrate this new mobile symphony.

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Wi-Fi is blossoming in the enterprise as organizations find new ways to leverage the wireless infrastructure and workers, having benefited from mobility, demand increased range and better performance (and support for all those devices they are bringing in from home). The industry is responding in kind, introducing new products and technologies, including gigabit Wi-Fi, and it is up to IT to bring it orchestrate this new mobile symphony.

Network World just published a Digital Spotlight, "What's next for Wi-Fi?," that provides an in-depth look at the Wi-Fi enabled world, including pieces examining the increasing role of Wi-Fi in the enterprise, what to expect from 802.11ac, which promises gigabit speeds, and Hotspot 2.0, which will change the way we use pubic hotspots. A There is also a piece about how to wring more performance out of your existing infrastructure as you await these new developments.

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This story, "What's Next for Wi-Fi?" was originally published by Network World.

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