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Missed the Webcast? Visibility and Control for iPads and Mobile Devices on Your Network

May 8, 2011 - 0 Comments

Missed our May 4th Webcast?
Read on for a quick overview, take a look through the slides – or just jump right into the recording below.

With the launch of the iPad, other tablets and smartphones, employee-owned devices are growing on the corporate network. This proliferation of devices is evolving the mobile security landscape, requiring a new breed of tools for network administrators. In this Webcast, learn how the new Cisco Prime Network Control System converges user and access management across wired and wireless networks, integrating the Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) for a single point of policy control. Together, these solutions allow IT to have complete visibility and control over every device on the network, with security policy integrated.

The webcast features detailed insight into the current mobile security landscape, with Dan Larkin, the former FBI Unit chief of the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) and now the Strategic Director of operations for the National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance.

iPads on your network? Take control with unified policy and management solutions from Cisco

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Will you be at Interop? Join us Wednesday, May 11th for best practices that can be implemented to prepare your network and embrace the mobility trend, securely, seamlessly and reliably. Provide acceptable device use policies and design WLAN’s for an optimal user experience.

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