For something as business-critical as Wi-Fi, you'd think organizations would have common ways of providing it to mobile workers and paying for it. Instead, policies laying out exactly what's allowable and reimbursable are all over the map. To better control employee Internet access and associated costs, organizations might work directly with a telecom company like AT&T or Verizon.
Wi-Fi hotspot aggregator iPass offers another way. COO Pat Hume said its value for enterprises is in productivity, cost predictability in the form of flat, monthly per-user pricing and data security through what the . . .