The WPA data encryption protocol you choose depends on your wireless network’s needs
It’s critically important to secure your wireless networks, but security can be complex, particularly when it comes to configuring each network component appropriately. A smart place to start is with the wireless router, which connects your local area network (LAN) to the Internet. Routers allow you to encrypt data as it travels in and out of your network, making it much more difficult to be read or altered by hackers trying to steal confidential information. Most small business routers let you choose which data encryption protocol you want to use, but in order to make the best choice for your network, you need to understand the differences between encryption protocols.
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Today’s enterprise mobility requirements go beyond simply connecting mobile devices. It’s about securing any access, simply managing the complexities while scaling efficiently, and ensuring an optimal user experience while easing the IT burden. Gallant Ike does all of this and more with Cisco Enterprise Mobility Solutions.
The right router can make all the difference between a smooth user experience and frustrating, choppy video
Small companies have found many compelling reasons to use video solutions and telepresence systems in their day-to-day operations: as a marketing tool, as a point of contact for customer service, and as a way to train employees. Internally, telepresence and its use of video technology is gaining traction among small businesses that want to conduct face-to-face meetings without the expense of travel. As advantageous as video can be, before you can successfully stream video broadcasts, you need to make sure the underlying network can handle the extra traffic.
One major topic at this year’s HIMSS 2012 Conference, was accountable care programs. As January 1, 2012 marked the initial period for healthcare organizations to start the application process to become eligible for Accountable Care Organization status there was much debate about whether or not ACOs could improve healthcare while reducing costs.
The coordinated care provided by an Accountable Care Organization can help ensure that patients, especially the chronically ill, get the right care at the right time, with the goal of avoiding unnecessary duplication of services and preventing medical errors.
At this year’s HIMSS Conference, Cisco is showcasing collaboration technologies that improve the way we deliver healthcare.
Thanks to partners like AeroScout, Allscripts, Amcom, AMD Global TeleMedicine, Emerge.MD, EXTENSION, GE, Intel, McKesson, MEDITECH, NetApp, NextGen, Optum, Philips Healthcare, Radianta, Rauland-Borg, Vocera and Welch Allyn, we’re transforming clinician-to-clinician and clinician-to-patient relationships through advancements in telehealth.
If you’re in Las Vegas for HIMSS this week, stop by Cisco’s booth, #4223, where we are demonstrating how together with partners, Cisco healthcare solutions help simplify communications, facilitate collaboration, connect clinicians and provide support for the increasingly mobile healthcare environment. Read More »