Like a blind date, wireless LANs can look attractive and compelling on the surface, but looks can be deceiving.
WLANs might install smoothly with little forethought, but in time, they can represent huge problems, especially in terms of asset exposure and costs of computing services. Doing your WLAN homework mandates using tools that can verify, audit and analyze a wireless network.
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