Going Wireless

This report looks at real options currently being used for wireless infrastructures in the enterprise, ranging from throwing in off-the-shelf, consumer-grade wireless access points to complex middleware and carrier services that allow the exchange of e-mail with mobile phone users.

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As with most things, going wireless is good in some ways, bad in others. In the articles below we look at the growing list of options, challenges of phone-based e-mail and the costs of wireless infrastructures.

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