Based on our recent mobile app usage survey of 204 organizations, more than 50% allow business-critical apps to be used on mobile devices. Download this Best Practices paper to learn more about the new norms of Wi-Fi networking for mobile devices and apps.Download now »
Application control is increasingly important: With BYOD now mainstream, and as the number of devices per person shot up 300% over the past few years, it’s important IT understands which users are using what applications on particular devices.Download now »
If you’re planning to extend Wi-Fi to a new building or considering a network refresh, this would be a good time to future-proof your WLAN for 802.11ac. This paper by Craig Mathias, of the Farpoint Group, discusses migration strategies, bandwidth & power needs, and impact on the wired network.Download now »
Tablets, like the iPad, are becoming more prevalent in the enterprise. Execs, doctors, teachers, and sales people are demanding more access to corp. apps and resources over their mobile devices. According to Gartner, the limited networking capabilities of the iPad will force IT departments to increase Wi-Fi capacity by 300%.Download now »
BYOD is changing the way IT addresses network access security. It requires secure onboarding of new devices, policy enforcement, and profiling. Read the benefits and considerations with BYOD, and how to deploy a unified access management solution for any wireless, wired or VPN network.Download now »
802.11ac promises to revolutionize access networks by offering Gigabit connectivity over the air. This new Wi-Fi standard will enhance many aspects of enterprise networking, but it's important to understand the features, benefits, and limitations as well as how it will impact WLAN architecture.Download Executive Brief »
Let your users wirelessly print from iPads, project in conference rooms, and share content using Apple TVs. Aruba AirGroup makes it possible to use Apple Bonjour services in the enterprise or in classrooms. With AirGroup, only the necessary set of services are made visible to mobile devices, based on the user identity and location.Download now »
Customer Case Studies
ATB Financial deploys a wired and wireless network providing secure BYOD for 200 locations and serving 700,000 customers.
Brandeis University provisions user and access roles for over 100,000 unique devices through a unified wired and wireless gigabit network.
More and more mobile apps are crowding the Wi-Fi airspace than ever before. Aruba AppRF displays the apps and bandwidth used by each device, giving you the ability to predict and control what's coming down the runway. With AppRF, you assign priority for mobile apps by necessity and no longer have to sacrifice an excellent Wi-Fi experience for solid network security.
Texas A&M University replaces Cisco wireless network with Aruba 802.11n to support their explosive growth of BYOD on campus. Learn why Texas A&M chose Aruba after extensive testing among a variety of networking vendors.
Ideal for BYOD provisioning and onboarding, ClearPass centralizes access policies across the entire network. ClearPass automates differentiated user and device access, policy management, and the provisioning of devices for secure network access and posture assessment.
Aruba 802.11n APs provide wire-like performance needed to support the influx of mobile devices and enterprise apps. With 300 Mbps of link speed, multiple antennas to transmit and receive signals, integrated spectrum analysis, advanced wireless intrusion protection, secure enterprise mesh, and more.