Wireless networks: The burning questions

Tuesday, 12 June 2007, 12:06 AM EST

Wireless networks might be mainstream across enterprise networks, but that doesn’t mean they’re no-brainers. Here, we’ve raised and attempted to answer some of the thornier questions you might still be dealing with. Here are two of the questions answered in the article:

- How do I control costs in an expanding mobile and wireless environment?
- What can I do to stop wireless denial-of-service attacks?

At NetworkWorld.

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