Bring Your Own Device is the practice of Allowing Employees to bring personally owned devices like smartphones, tablets, laptops, and more to access information and applications.
Allowing organizations to be progressive and effective. With our wide range of technology products, solutions, and services, we can help you prepare your organization for the Mobile Revolution. Making you Mobile Ready for the Mobile World.
Today’s data center network architecture design and implementation are changing in response to demands on cloud computing. To fully benefit from the cloud computing solution, businesses must have low latency, high bandwidth LAN and WAN connectivity to ensure the timely delivery of information.
Our BYOD solutions deliver the essentials for secure network access and go beyond by creating an easy to manage, unified wired and wireless network with scalable flexibility that is ready for software-defined networking.
Tackling the BYOD challenge becomes easy with MEC.
MEC has fully integrated products with the body of features to handle BYOD stress points for both administrators and users. The adoption of smart devices such as smartphones and tablets creates two challenges for IT; network access and device security.
MEC’s Mobility solutions enable businesses of all sizes to integrate leading – and loved – smartphones and tablets securely, simply and cost-effectively, with existing enterprise communication applications and infrastructure.
Employees today demand that IT allows them to select their own laptops, smartphones, and tablets and support them whether they are working in the office or remotely, and some organizations are providing platform allowances for employees to purchase their own devices.
BYOD can extend workplace flexibility and add as many as 460 productivity hours a year for each mobile employee. But it also introduces unsecured employee-owned devices into the workplace. How do we prepare our data centers?
Network ports are where you connect traffic sources to the GigaVUE® Traffic Visibility Node. They are only capable of receiving and cannot transmit back into the network.
The decision to move to the cloud offers great potential for innovation and improvement. However, enterprises should begin to plan for their cloud strategy – ensuring that the shift is necessary and the organization’s resources and infrastructure capabilities are ready.