Bring Your Own Device | Aruba Networks

By: Aruba Networks  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Mobile Devices, Network Access

Regain Control of Your Network with Mobile Device Access Control (MDAC)

The Aruba Mobile Device Access Control (MDAC) solution enables enterprise IT departments to scale their networks to support Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) initiatives, including employee smartphones and tablets. Aruba MDAC is essential to control network access and bandwidth for employee-owned mobile devices. Designed for use with or without Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions that focus solely on device configuration, Aruba MDAC enforces device and network-use policies. Use-cases of Aruba MDAC include

  • Control Network Usage by blocking mobile devices that do not meet company policy e.g.: Blackberry vs. Android;
  • Control Bandwidth Usage by rate-limiting network access by device type e.g.: Laptops have unrestricted access while iPads have limited bandwidth;
  • Automate Device Configuration by redirecting employee smartphones and tablets to self-registration portals and network configuration downloads;
  • Increase Device Visibility for monitoring and troubleshooting with device-specific data, statistics and usage reports.

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Keywords: Mobile Devices, Network Access

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