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Five ways enterprise Wi-Fi® will advance in 2014

January 24, 2014 by Salah Nassar, Ruckus Wireless

Enterprise employees are more mobile than ever, and the role of Wi-Fi will grow in the corporate network -- in some ways you may not expect.

Wi-Fi emerged as the primary network for enterprise environments in 2013, as businesses of all sizes continued to adopt smartphones and tablets. The demand for enterprise Wi-Fi has gone through the roof as the result of companies rolling out bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives and new innovative mobile technologies coming to market. In 2014, enterprise Wi-Fi will change even more as new trends take effect.

Read the full article on InformationWeek's website

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Salah Nassar

Ruckus Wireless

Salah Nassar is senior manager of enterprise product marketing at Ruckus Wireless. Salah has held product management and marketing positions in the telecommunications industry since the late 1990s, and has always had a keen focus on meeting the requirements of the end-user. With previous tenures at companies such as Cisco, Aruba Networks, and Netgear, Salah has broad market experience and expertise, ranging from SMBs to the enterprise. He earned a BS in management information systems (MIS) and has completed executive education courses in product management at the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley.