The iPass Wi-Fi Cost Index
The iPass Wi-Fi Cost Index provides average Wi-Fi and Mobile Broadband data costs by region; models cost scenarios for international travelers; and provides insight into the impact of those costs.
White Paper: iPass Bring Your Own Network
Evolving an enterprise BYOD strategy to a “Bring Your Own Network” strategy enables employee productivity and a flexible, smart plan for secure, consistent connectivity to fuel the new mobile apps transforming how business is done.
Technical White Paper: iPass Open Mobile Overview
Organizations can’t afford to have unproductive mobile workers. But 3G is congested and slow, and 4G is expensive and hard to find. Roaming costs are prohibitive, and Wi-Fi day passes can be costly and difficult to control. So-called “free” Wi-Fi can be very unpredictable in both performance and quality. Meanwhile, mobile services are moving into the cloud. This white paper gives an overview of the iPass Open Mobile solution.
White Paper: What You Need to Know About the Costs of Mobility
Mobile connectivity costs are spiraling out of control. Identify your cost levers and learn about the breadth of cost reduction opportunities for enterprise mobility.
White Paper: Ten Steps to an Enterprise Mobility Strategy
Employees are demanding anytime, anywhere access to information without concerns for compliance, security, or costs. Read our 10 Steps to help develop your enterprise mobility strategy, making connectivity simple and safe.
Insight Brief: Wi-Fi Isn’t Dead! How Wi-Fi is empowering today’s mobile workforce.
Years after hearing that Wi-Fi was made obsolete by 3G and more recently 4G, Wi-Fi connectivity is increasing in importance for enterprises that support mobile employees.
Insight Brief: Who Should Own the Enterprise Smartphone?
Mobile professionals work 240 more hours per year than their deskbound counterparts. Explore the pros and cons of supporting corporate-provisioned vs. personal liable devices.
White Paper: International Wi-Fi Roaming
International travelers spend a significant amount of money to gain access to Wi-Fi hotspots when abroad. There are a number of reasons for CSPs to adopt Wi-Fi as part of their international roaming strategy, but three stand out above the rest: retain and increase wallet share in the high-value customer segment; monetize the opportunity around Wi-Fi-only devices; and take advantage of Wi-Fi to increase the profitability of cellular data roaming.
White Paper: A Carrier Roadmap for Monetizing Next Generation Wi-Fi
The Wi-Fi market is continuing to see tremendous growth – it has become the de facto wireless technology in our homes, businesses, retail establishments and other commercial venues around the world. However, what has surprised many industry analysts is the propensity for mobile subscribers to connect to Wi-Fi networks even when 3G and 4G services are available.
White Paper: Carrier WiFi Opportunities, by Dean Bubley, Disruptive Analysis
Mobile operators should successfully understand and exploit new and easier ways to add Wi-Fi connectivity and a variety of usage modes, whilst still maintaining users’ expectations of flexibility.
White Paper: Why the Distributed Enterprise Should Consider Multi-circuit WAN VPN Solutions versus Traditional MPLS
This white paper reveals how enterprises can experience a 200-300 percent increase in bandwidth for a lower monthly fee than MPLS.