Wireless and Mobility
Advice to Small Businesses: ‘Work from Anywhere’ Still Has Only 24 Hours in a Day
As small businesses start unearthing themselves from the rubble of the COVID-19 pandemic, one positive outcome they are likely to carry over is letting their employees to continue to work remotely. This trend is part of a larger movement called hybrid work or hybrid office that promises to transform the “how” of work forever. The Cisco 2020 Global Workforce Survey revealed how significant this transformation might be with nearly 60 percent of the survey reporting that […]
What to do when “What if?” becomes “What now?”
How well are IT teams doing 1 year into the pandemic? IDC analyst discusses future of work in next Insider Series webinar.
Illuminate your Network with the Cisco Aironet Active Sensor
The Aironet Active Sensor is a state-of-the-art Wireless Client device that works together with Cisco DNA Assurance to proactively monitor and test your wireless network to ensure the best possible user experience!
Wi-Fi Security with aWIPS, powered by Cisco’s RF ASIC
Adaptive WIPS is a fully Cisco DNA Center-integrated solution which constantly monitors radio spectrum to detect, analyze and thwart attacks. Learn how Cisco Access Points, with in-built custom RF ASIC, leaves no packet fly undetected.
The Waking of the Forest: Digital Transformation with Cisco DNA Spaces
As people return to campus, Cisco DNA Spaces helps higher education maintain safe occupancy levels in their buildings.
The Cisco Wireless and Mobility Year in Review for 2019
From January through December, Cisco has had a very busy 2019. How busy? From anniversaries and awards (Gartner LAN Access leader) to new products—Cisco DNA Spaces and three (!) new Wi-Fi 6 Cisco Catalyst 9100 Access Points—to what we're building out on the horizon (AI and network analytics)... this past year has seen it all.
How Wi-Fi 6 overcame one of the toughest wireless environments on the planet
Mettis Aerospace has been at the forefront of metallurgical innovation for over 80 years, and now relies on network connected sensors, cameras, and robotics to manufacture their products. Cisco and its partners play a role in Mettis' forging, machining and sub assembly for the aerospace and defense sectors.