Something New: AP Discovery Methods for 6GHz Wi-Fi – Part 2
In part 1 we explored some of the changes that were part of the 802.11ax standard. In part 2 we look at discovery techniques unique to the latest 802.11ax extension known as Wi-Fi 6E.
Wi-Fi 6E, Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue – Part 1
Considering deploying Wi-Fi 6/6E? Would you like to understand how the benefits from this standard will help your network? Is it worth it? This blog will help you do just that.
How digital ready is your hospital? Find out.
Above and beyond – that’s what your network needs to do. The pressures of the evolving healthcare environment require the network to go beyond supporting rising IT demands. It needs...
Protect the network. Protect your patients.
Just think of the volume of healthcare data being transferred and stored every day—data from connected medical devices, electronic health records (EHR), clinical workstations, and smart hospital applications for patients,...
The network prescription for better business outcomes
What if your network could help you personalize care, streamline clinical workflows, optimize business operations, and facilitate security across your organization? Cisco DNA for healthcare means faster, flexible deployment and...
Networks are changing. Fast. Is your hospital ready?
Today’s hyperconnected hospital users—patients, clinicians, administrators, and more—expect increasingly sophisticated digital experiences, including remote consultations, in-room services, and location-aware mobile services. Beyond user expectations, the number of IoT-enabled devices on...
Cisco Aironet Access Points Contribute to a Less Stressful Hospital
There’s never an easy day in a hospital. When you have an IT infrastructure that is outdated and prone to breakdowns, a difficult job in the best circumstances can become a disheartened mess. Roper St. Francis (RSF) is one of South Carolina’s leading healthcare organizations and is in the top 10% of hospitals in the […]
One Management for the BYOD Challenge
As part of my work at Cisco, I get to talk to customers very often. Through these conversations, I learn what works for them and what concerns them. Lately, I’ve been hearing a common theme from a lot of customers: in many organizations IT staff is small and not growing while they are being asked […]