Whether your organization encourages users to bring their own devices or issues corporate devices to maintain visibility and control over network access, you\u2019ve embraced the mobile enterprise. Increasingly, today\u2019s end users demand mobile access, and the enterprise is conforming to these demands. But can your infrastructure really support the mobile enterprise?\n\n\nAccepting the changes in end-user behavior doesn\u2019t necessarily mean that the enterprise has the infrastructure and skillsets in place to sustain the expanded network. Assessing your readiness from skillsets to security and everything in between will help you understand what you need to effectively become a mobile enterprise.\n\n\nAnswer these questions to determine your mobile readiness and start mapping out a plan of action to not only increase performance but also to mitigate security risks.\n\n\nCan the existing infrastructure support the additional mobile capacity demands?\nDo you need to boost performance?\nHow efficient is the connectivity of your wireless?\nDo you have sufficient bandwidth capabilities?\nWhat security strategies are in place to protect the organization from a breach?\nWhat do you need to do in order to increase productivity?\nWhat is the quality of service in the current infrastructure?\nWho has (or should have) access to the different layers of our network?\nAre you properly segmenting the network in order to protect the crown jewels?\nWhat gaps in security and performance are we missing?\n\n\nTaking this Mobile Readiness Survey will emphasize the existing strengths but also highlight the areas of weakness in your infrastructure. Using the results of this survey will guide the organization toward becoming a more efficient and secure mobile enterprise.