New Aruba architecture eases corporate rollout of iPads

Dave Bailey
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Wireless kit launch to aid deployment of mobile devices in the workplace

Aruba Networks has launched hardware and software designed to make rolling out iPads and other mobile devices onto corporate networks much easier. The new architecture is called the Mobile Virtu...

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