It may be hard to believe, but there are currently more mobile devices in circulation than the global population.1 Mobile usage has proliferated and its use now exceeds that of desktops. Mobile devices and phones are now indispensable business tools, so it comes as no surprise that mobility has become a key priority for enterprises.
To adapt to this shift, organizations need to support a greater range of devices and adjust their IT strategy to meet the demands of the increasingly mobile workforce. Yet the advances in technology required to enable mobile workers are making it more difficult for administrators to efficiently manage access, security and traffic policies for all of the clients on their networks across multiple work sites.
The key to solving this problem lies in centralized network management and control – removing as much of the manual work as possible by creating ways to dynamically and intelligently manage network connections and access points. A lean IT team that manages many different locations needs a secure, stable and simple solution.