WLANs (Wireless Local Area Networks) use radio transmission techniques. This makes them more flexible than their wired equivalents. You will learn in this article how the technology evolved in the past and will develop in the future. Important necessary components and services are described.
Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) is a radio transmission technology mainly for mobile in-house communication.
The predecessor of today’s wired Ethernet network was a radio transmission technique that used universities to exchange…
In general, Mobile Expense Management is one piece of a puzzle of a complex solution called Enterprise Mobility Management. These solutions additionally consist of elements to manage devices, apps, data, security, users and content. Telecom Expense Management solutions supplement Mobile Expense Management and may be integrated into the same system.
This article is part 2 of 2 and describes additional features of mobile device management solutions. The previous article covered the main objective of mobile device management systems and the typical building blocks. A few features were explained already.
Access to enterprise servers, applications, emails and data may be granted to authorized private devices (“Bring Your Own Device”, BYOD). Privately owned mobile devices may use certificate-based authentication.