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GCN : August 2014
4 COVER STORY Emerging 802.11ac standard promises a significant boost in performance to support ubiquitous mobility. NEXT WAVE IN WIRELESS Their adoption in turn creates opportunities for greater productivity, better service and enhanced operational agility. But there's a flipside to all this innovation for network managers. Higher traffic volumes can strain existing wireless networks and unleash ripple effects that harm performance in the wired infrastructure. "Wireless technology, mobility and the use of multiple devices by many individuals are changing everything. I personally carry two and sometimes three Wi-Fi devices into When it comes to managing IT services, few trends have had more game-changing power than the meteoric rise of mobility. Mobile devices combined with mobile applications enable anywhere, anytime access to organizational resources for growing numbers of users. Turn to CDW•G for your WLAN needs including site surveys, RF assessments, device configuration, mounting and deployment, support and remote managed services.