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iPad to Boost Traffic, Stressing Networks and BYOD Policies Alike

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    More than 30 percent of decision-makers expect traffic on their networks to increase as a direct result of the iPad 3.

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iPad to Boost Traffic, Stressing Networks and BYOD Policies Alike

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    More than 30 percent of decision-makers expect traffic on their networks to increase as a direct result of the iPad 3.

As Apple prepares to further redefine personal and business computing with the introduction of the next iPad, Brocade (NASDAQ: BRCD) recently revealed the results of a survey of 120 IT decision-makers, many of whom expect iPad and other mobile devices to directly impact their campus LANs. Regardless of whether companies have official BYOD policies, mobile device proliferation signifies the potential for a dramatic rise in campus LAN traffic in the years to come.

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