WiFi

Easily one of the more influential advancements to the network, WiFi enables wireless network communications to systems and mobile devices. Of course, while it adds to convenience and efficiency, WiFi needs to be heavily managed to ensure security. This can be done with RADIUS-as-a-Service.

DIRECTORY-AS-A-SERVICE (DAAS)

OpenLDAP WiFi Authentication and RADIUS Support

As WiFi networks become more ubiquitous, IT admins are searching for ways that OpenLDAP can backend their WiFi authentication through RADIUS support.

CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE

Outsourced FreeRADIUS

Connecting the WiFi infrastructure to the core directory service should be a top priority for organizations desiring to increase WiFi security.

ACTIVE DIRECTORY

Apple Open Directory Versus OpenLDAP

Apple Open Directory or OpenLDAP? There are many factors to consider, most especially the shift to a cloud-based environment and web applications.

CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE

Apple Open Directory Replacement

In a heterogenous environment, JumpCloud’s cloud-based directory service can be an alternative to Apple Open Directory (OD).

CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE

Advanced Access Control for WiFi

RADIUS-as-a-Service solutions are taking the heavy lifting out of advanced access control for WiFi. Read on to find out how.

CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE

SaaS WiFi Authentication

For WiFi authentication, ntegrating RADIUS and LDAP functionality with a directory service is typically time-consuming. Not so with DaaS.

DIRECTORY-AS-A-SERVICE (DAAS)

RADIUS Interface for WiFi

RADIUS protocol is a key component for securing an organization's WiFi. The downside is the maintenance. Now, there's a solution: Cloud-based RADIUS.

CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE

SaaS-based FreeRADIUS

A SaaS-based FreeRADIUS solution solves the problems IT admins face when setting up and managing a RADIUS server: taking it out of IT's hands.

CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE

Cloud Hosted WiFi Infrastructure

Wouldn’t it be nice if we could have cloud hosted WiFi infrastructure so that there was literally nothing on-premises? Consider Radius-as-a-Service.