Wireless LANs - Your shortcut to going wireless! Within the next few years, 40-50% of all companies will attempt to execute a wireless application strategy - bringing the number of wireless data users to a whopping 36 million by 2003 - and many, if not most, will look to wireless LANs as the way to get there. Now considered the fastest, most economical way for wirelessly enabling a business, wireless LANs can be quickly, easily, and inexpensively deployed using existing infrastructure. Whether you're responsible for a two-person shop or multi million dollar corporation, you'll find all the information you need to design, implement, and deploy wireless LANs in a corporate environment in "Wireless LANs Demystified". Worth its weight in gold to CTOs, CIOs, IT directors, managers, consultants, and anyone else planning to (or in the process of) deploying wireless LANs in their corporate network, "Wireless LANs Demystified": includes detailed information on wirelessly enabling employees to work from any location within the office, as well as outside locations; examines the all the important wireless protocols such as 802.1
1, Bluetooth, WAP, CDMA, 3G, and more; examines all the benefits of wireless LANs, with particular emphasis on cost-saving and support solutions; provides priceless firsthand information about deploying Microsoft .NET-related wireless LAN applications; and, covers every aspect of deployment -- including range, reliability, compatibility with existing networks, security, and scalability. If you're looking for clearly written, jargon-free advice and problem-solving procedures when taking the wireless LAN route to going wireless, your search ends here.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Number of pages: 252
Weight: 464 g
Dimensions: 234 x 186 x 19 mm