Putting Wi-Fi behind the corporate firewall

Thursday, 30 September 2004, 4:16 PM EST

Many enterprise managers already view Wi-Fi as an attractive option for telecommuting workers or for members of their traveling sales staff who occasionally visit the home office. Some companies have established pilot projects in support of their specific wireless needs.

However, most on-premises Wi-Fi deployments that exist today limit workers, partners and visitors to accessing the wireless LAN (WLAN) from public rooms, conference centers and other strategic locations.

By Mark Long at NewsFactor.

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