Almost anywhere you go nowadays, you have internet access at your fingertips. With the trend of smart phones, tablets, and other personal devices taking flight, we’re just a touch away from being connected – and with that comes high expectations.
Not only are we experiencing an influx of mobile users, but these devices are being incorporated into the workspace. In order to support this influx, we need a simple, unified network that ensures the greatest experiences for employees as well as consumers.
Cisco® has a brand new resource suited specifically to help you understand and meet these expectations. It is called Cisco Mobilize, and features best practices, expert advice, and customer stories regarding the latest in creating a unified mobile workspace. Read More »
Tags: byod, MGM, MobilizeMag, one management, One Network, one policy, unified access, wireless
In my previous posts, I discussed with you the importance of unified policy and management as you respond to the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend. The Cisco Unified Access solution brings “One Policy. One Management. One Network” to help you with your BYOD initiatives. Today I’ll take a look at the third pillar of Cisco Unified Access, One Network. I’ll explore with you what it means and why it is a critical factor as you take on BYOD.
The workforce is increasingly going mobile. According to research firm Gartner, tablets will be the key accelerator to workforce mobility. A Gartner 2012 report suggested that annual tablet purchase by businesses totaled 13 million units and this number would more than triple to reach 53 million units by 2016. Such rapid mobile growth calls for major wireless network expansion. Market data from Infonetics showed that global wireless LAN equipment sales in the 3rd quarter of 2012 passed the $1-billion mark for the first time. Read More »
Tags: AVC, byod, Gartner, one management, One Network, one policy, unified access, wireless LAN, wireless network
As we’ve been discussing this week, Gartner just came out with their Wired and Wireless LAN Infrastructure Magic Quadrant report. If you haven’t had an opportunity to read the report, you should.
We address the subject of the report—the converged wired/wireless network—through a “One Policy, One Management, One Network” approach. “One Management” is made possible with Prime Infrastructure which provides the “best-of-breed” management for end-to-end wired and wireless lifecycle management. That means one place to manage, design, deploy, monitor, optimize, and administer your entire network—regardless of whether the connection is wired or wireless.
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Tags: network management, one management, Prime Infrastructure, wired, wireless