Whether you need to support BYOD work practices, or provide more secure access to your data center resources, the Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) can help. With this all-in-one enterprise policy control platform, you can reliably enforce compliance, enhance infrastructure security, and simplify service operations.
Cisco’s leading One Policy Solution—the Identity Services Engine (ISE)—now delivers even greater capabilities.
Join us next Thursday September 5 to learn about the solution’s newest enhancements—now available with its 1.2 release. The Identity Services Engine provides a comprehensive solution to manage and maintain network access and policies—ensuring consistent enforcement across wired, wireless, and VPN networks. Register today! Read More »
Tags: bring your own device, byod, Cisco, ISE, mobile, mobile security, on-board, policy, security
This is the third post in a blog series featuring Vine-format videos focusing on the “Six Essential Steps for Unleashing the Power of Enterprise Mobility”. Be sure to read the first two blogs and watch the videos – First Step to Enterprise Mobility: Build the Mobile Structure and Second Step to Enterprise Mobility: Go Virtual.
In this blog series, we’ve discussed two important steps enterprises can take unleash the power of enterprise mobility. We’ve covered how building a mobile structure can arm enterprises with the appropriate architecture to increase efficiency and revenue. In addition, we highlighted how enterprises can go virtual by implementing desktop virtualization.
Our third step – preparing for the division of devices – relies on both structure and a mobile workforce. How can enterprises enable and support the proliferation of employee-owned devices without burying their IT department and putting corporate data at risk? Here’s a quick checklist to help make it happen:
1. Use a unified network infrastructure that facilitates secure, virtual workspace delivery across wired, wireless, VPN, and cellular networks.
As wireless access becomes more pervasive, performance and reliability expectations are the same as what is expected from a wired network. Features such as reliable connectivity, application response times and voice, video and real-time collaboration solutions all depend on a seamless delivery for both wired and wireless devices. This fundamental shift demands that IT monitor and have a unified solution in place (i.e. a single physical infrastructure) for both corporate wireless LAN (WLAN) and wired LAN. This converged infrastructure will enable the right quality of experience for users, independent of their devices.
A unified network infrastructure can also make sure that IT is able to identify each device connecting to the network and authenticate the person using it.
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Tags: bring your own device, byod, Cisco, enterprise mobility, mobile, mobile device, mobility, network, wi-fi, wifi, wireless, wireless network
Teachers, students, and staff with their varied wired or wireless gadgets and corresponding application access makes up a daunting sea of devices for any IT professional, whose responsibility is to provide optimized network performance.
In his latest blog, Prime Your Network for the Rise of the Devices, Cisco’s Rahul Chohan discusses how Cisco Prime Infrastructure, a part of Cisco BYOD Solutions for K12 Education helps simplify network management and improves operational efficiency with converged wired and wireless management. Rahul’s blog covers how Cisco Prime Infrastructure helps with device management, network performance and IT simplification. How exactly can it do this? You’ll have to read his blog to find out.
Don’t miss our demo-heavy webinar next week on August 21 covering Prime Infrastructure–Register here.
For more on Cisco BYOD Solutions for K12 Education page.
Tags: 802.11ac, bring your own device, byod, Cartoon, Cisco Prime Infrustracture, cleanair, education, Google, K-12, K12, mobility, prime, wireless
I spend a big part of my workday in virtual meetings, as an organizer, participant, or both. When I’m in my office, I can join those meetings from my desktop video endpoint, a Cisco TelePresence EX90, and enjoy the benefits of video communications.
But work isn’t necessarily a place that you go to anymore. I often work outside of my office, so the ability to easily join a video meeting from one of my mobile devices is critical for productive collaboration with colleagues. Read More »
Tags: ACE, advanced cisco experience, byod, cod-collaboration, mobile, TelePresence, video, WebEX
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This is the second post in our “Six Essential Steps for Unleashing the Power of Enterprise Mobility” blog series featuring Vine-format videos. To read the first blog and watch the video describing how enterprises can build a mobile structure, click here.
I’m excited to discuss the second step enterprises can take to enable more efficient ways of working in today’s mobile world. It may seem basic, but with more mobile workers than ever before and more mobile devices per user, enterprises can enable greater mobility by revolutionizing the workspace. This revolution isn’t about new cubicles and chairs – it’s about going virtual.
Virtual workspaces are not only efficient, but this next-generation workspace has the potential to build a complex, talent-based competitive advantage. Here are some key steps to consider when going virtual: Read More »
Tags: byod, Cisco, enterprise mobility, mobile, mobile device, mobility, network, virtualization, wi-fi, wifi, wireless, wireless network