Secure wireless workers
During the Internet boom soothsayers said that we would all have high-speed, universally available, mobile access to corporate data via cell phones and other devices connected to high-speed 3G networks.
That prediction collapsed with the Internet economy, and the deployment of the high-speed wireless networks has slowed considerably. Yet mobile Internet use is still rising, fueled primarily by the wireless hub market and not by high-speed 3G networks as predicted.
The new "mobile Internet" based on wireless hubs is forcing CIOs to make fast decisions. Should you allow and deploy wireless cards, and how do you control data access when wireless hubs are accessed outside the office?
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