Different Strokes: Multi-Site Wireless LANs in Higher Education, Healthcare, Hospitality, and Retail

This Sector Insight provides a first look into how the pressures these specific industry sectors identify differ, and how this affects the strategies they choose in response.

 By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted May 5, 2010
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"In the March 2010 Aberdeen benchmark report, Multi-Site and Campus-Area Wireless LANs: Advantages of the Centralized Approach, 163 organizations were surveyed regarding their use of multi-site and campus-area ("non-site-contiguous") wireless LANs (WLANs). Certain vertical sectors had an especially strong representation among respondents – Higher Education, Healthcare, Hospitality, and Retail represented approximately 40% of the total respondent base."

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