Tata McGraw - Hill Education
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Computer hardware & operating systems
Wireless Mobility covers the newest technologies, including WiFi, WiMAX, 802.11n, 802.15, mobile cellular, Zigbee, PTT, and more. This book will prepare IT and business-process stakeholders to lead the discussions on mobility and implement a wireless mobile network.
Neil Reid, wireless Cisco expert and bestselling author, incorporates the best of what has been learned from some of the most complex and challenging wireless deployments in the industry. Wireless Mobility discusses significant technical changes in the areas of the 802.11n standard, security, centralized architectures, advances in complex deployment practices, and Optimal Project Sequencing for complex enterprise class wireless networks.
About the Author
Neil Reid has been at Cisco Systems since 1999 and is the Senior Business Development Manager on its U.S. mobility channels team. He speaks internationally to industry professionals and academics on mobility subjects, such as value propositions and success metrics, complex RF propagation, and project sequencing. Reid is the co-author of Wi-Fi (802.11) Network Handbook and the author of Broadband Fixed Wireless Networks.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Why Wireless?
Chapter 2. The Business of Untethering
Chapter 3. Mobility and the CIO
Chapter 4. Virtualization and Mobility
Chapter 5. Value Propositions and Success Metrics in Education and Healthcare
Chapter 6. Wireless Network Assessments
Chapter 7. Optimal Project Sequencing
Chapter 8. Finance Strategies for Wireless Mobility
Chapter 9. System Integrator--Mobility Practice Resilience
Chapter 10. Next-Generation Mobility
Chapter 11. Mobility and Intelligent Buildings
Appendix A. Mobility Glossary
Appendix B. Relevant Mobility Standards
Appendix C. Key Mobility Groups and Information