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Concept for Deploying Wireless in the Enterprise Infrastructure: Balancing Security and Positive QoE for the End-Users

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Part of the Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing book series (AINSC, volume 150)

Abstract

This paper presents a concept for deploying wireless in the enterprise infrastructure, especially intended for companies that are usually considered conservative and have strict information security policies. These companies are usually careful while introducing new technologies, so our discussion presents a wireless concept that we believe can satisfy such requirements. The network will run business-critical application and data, voice and video applications, which will extend the wired network. The paper presents comparative analysis for the options that are currently available for wireless networks, while the claims are discussed through live implementation of the proposed concept in a financial institution with commercially available wireless products, produced results from technical point of view and quality of experience (QoE) for the end-users.

Keywords

Wireless Enterprise Infrastructure Security 802.11i Centralized Management QoE Concept 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Information Science and Computer EngineeringSs. Cyril and Methodius UniversitySkopjeRepublic of Macedonia

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