Banning Wireless Doesn't Stop Users: Understand How to Protect Your Network and Support Wi-Fi Enthusiasts
Source: Aruba Networks
Despite great strides in Wireless LAN (WLAN) technology, many organizations continue to choose a "No-Wireless" policy, meaning wireless deployments of any kind are expressly prohibited by organizational guidelines. The basic goal is to eliminate any occurrence of wireless access, sanctioned or unsanctioned, within a defined space or location. The rationale for such a policy can vary, ranging from security concerns to a perception of operational complexity and prohibitive costs.