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Wi-Fi enabled phones and media tablet devices are fostering the next wave of enterprise collaboration. Over 208 million tablets alone are expected to enter the market by 2014. This wave of demand is quickly making its way to the enterprise. Mobile workers are finding the instant on convenience and portability of these mobile devices well suited for business travel and interoffice access to media rich applications. However, as the number and variety of these mobile devices gain access to the WLAN to support high bandwidth collaboration applications, IT organizations will need to more efficiently manage network resources in order to maintain a robust, high-performance wireless network. Is your network ready?

On December 2, 2010, at 10 a.m. Pacific Time, Join Cisco for a one hour seminar covering important wireless network policy and configuration requirements for delivering the quality, scalability, and 802.11n performance needed to support media tablet and mobile devices in the enterprise.

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  1. Nowadays wireless networks are fast growing wave of Mobile Tablets because these are used where ever it is necessary,it has not been tied with a limited length.These devices can be used during traveling because these are WLAN to support high bandwidth collaboration applications.

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  2. This was an excellent webinar. However, it did not address in more detail how to set up a network for “borderless mobility”, e.g. in an airport where people walk around and don’t want to keep logging on again and again with the same password. Will you be addressing this in a future webinar?

    Esme Vos
    Founder, Linked In Group “Enterprise Wireless in the Age of Tablets and Smartphones”

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