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Simplify the Wireless Network Infrastructure on May 1st

- April 24, 2013 - 0 Comments

Activate the IT Transformation with Cisco Unified Access” Webinar Series

Part III Simplifying the Wireless Network Infrastructure, 10 AM PST May 1    |     Registration Open Now

With all of the conversation revolving around unifying the access network, you may be asking yourself, ”I know I want to get to a unified infrastructure, but what steps can I take in my wireless network to begin that transition?” There are several things to consider for a success transition, including organization size, application profile, resource availability, etc.

In the next session of our Activate the IT transformation with Cisco Unified Access series, on May 1st, 2013, we will have subject matter experts show how you can begin the transformation from an overlay wireless network to a more unified approach.

Additionally, this session will also look at the increased value that the new 802.11ac standard will have in the wireless environment. This new standard will become mission-critical in helping your organization more effectively deal with the onslaught of new devices and, maybe more importantly, the increase of application traffic that will enter your network.

Register now for the next session of this five-part series, and you will learn how to:

  • Transition your overlay network to a truly converged network infrastructure
  • Extend key functionality from the wired network to the wireless network
  • Move to 802.11ac to more effectively support mission-critical business initiatives

P.S. If you missed either of the previous sessions in this series, you can view them at your convenience, on demand. Visit our community.


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