The suite of WiFi standards has solidified this year and no license is required for setting up a WiFi network. From the technical standpoint, it's easy and cheap to install one in your corporate network. Already there are over 300 (and climbing) WiFi certified products on the market. Expansion into the enterprise is proceeding at a rapid pace, with the market projected at $1 billion by year-end 2002. Despite the simplicity of the technology, IT is discovering that numerous problems accompany a WiFi integration project, not the least of which is security. This book is designed to drill down to the practical aspects of building the network to interoperate with the technology your company has already deployed.To deal with the ramifications of lost or stolen clients, a more stringent security scheme must be implemented. Requiring a device-independent username and password for authentication is a good start. This not only grants users access to theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Wi-Fi for the Enterprise|
|Author||:||Nathan J. Muller|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2003-03-14|