As more and more enterprises like yours begin to see significant benefits from allowing employees to choose the device they use to get the jobs done, more companies are adopting bring your own device (BYOD) initiatives. In fact, a CIO survey conducted at Gartner Summits held in the United States and Europe indicated that, by 2014, 80 percent of the global workforce will be eligible to participate in a BYOD program. While the BYOD trend increases flexibility and productivity, it introduces a host of new challenges for your IT administrators. This includes security, inreased demands on your enterprise network and the challenge of introducing yet another management platform into the mix.
Download this paper and think beyond BYOD access by considering the critical need to have unified visibility, concurrent control of wired and wireless networks, as well as user access and network monitoring to eliminate possible errors and streamline your overall network mangement.
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