The Influx of iPads, Tablets and Wi-Fi Enabled Devices on Campus
— Is your Wireless Network prepared?

Colleges and universities see value in intelligent wireless networking. Mobility is the new norm, faculty and students expect to connect without wires. They depend on it to support faculty and to prepare students for an increasingly mobile world, educational organizations must fully integrate wireless into their connectivity strategy. If you have any questions about your wireless network infrastructure, please send an email to

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As more devices use the corporate wireless network, the network needs to be able to handle the increased utilization of network resources.

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  • iPads in the Classroom: Understanding Wi-Fi Performance and Device Management for BYOD

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    The Gartner Group recently commented "Without proper planning deploying iPads will require 300% more Wi-Fi." That statement reflects the dramatic impact the iPad has had on networks. It is not just iPads though – over 1 million wireless-only mobile devices (tablets, smart phones, etc.) are being activated every day. The majority of Wi-Fi networks are just not designed to support these loads.
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