Hi there — I’m about to send this out through SourceWire but I wanted to make sure that everyone reading (not just PRs) has the opportunity to contribute to this new series I’m working on — here are the details:
New Content Series: Internal Enterprise WiFi Best Practice
I’m working on a content series focusing on best practice for internal enterprise WiFi. I’m looking for spokespeople to answer some questions around the issue.
The increasing integration of tablets and smartphones into the corporate environment is prompting many to consider the introduction of WiFi services building-wide. This, in turn, is leading to a wide array of questions about deployment. Should employees get blanket WiFi for all their personal devices? What are the security implications and will they outweigh the benefit derived? Should WiFi be limited to company owned devices? Should it be heavily encrypted or will a simple MAC-address entry in the switch suffice? I’ve a lot of readers who have emailed recently seeking answers to these challenges prompting me to begin this series.
I’m aiming for 4-5 posts, featuring a different spokesperson answering broadly the same questions. I’m working on those right now — if you think there’s some specific issues we should address, please do let me know.
Here is the format for each post:
* Brief introduction from me
* One sentence bio of the spokesperson
* Q&A content
* Two sentence bio of the spokesperson’s company including URL
I’m particularly interested to feature companies who specialise in the provision of internal WiFi services and systems for enterprises. If you think your client has something to over in this arena, please shoot me a quick note and I’ll get back to you right-away.
I’m aiming to begin publishing Q&As in the next week or so. I’m flexible on the deadline though so please do reach out.
Email is the best way of connecting with me in the first instance as I’m all over the place! And a note on operations — I’ll be working with my colleague Krystal to get this up and out on the site so don’t be surprised if you see her copied into replies!
The best email for me is email@example.com or say hello on Twitter — @ew4n.