Hotel room Wi-Fi upgrade

UniFi AC In-Wall Wi-Fi Access Point, designed to expand an Ethernet wall connection to also function as a dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi access point. Suitable for new or retrofit installations, the UniFi AC In-Wall AP is easy to install and provides per-room Wi-Fi coverage with advanced control options and unlimited scalability. It is the latest addition […]

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Netgear introduces Orbi Pro WiFi system for small businesses

Netgear is introducing the Orbi Pro WiFi system for small businesses. It delivers seamless, high-speed WiFi that is affordable and easy to install, without added infrastructure and deployment costs. Easy to set up in minutes, with no wiring required, Orbi Pro is the perfect WiFi solution for small businesses, cafes, retail, small offices, and more. […]

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What’s new with ACI Micro Segmentation

APIC declarative approach to network and policy allows it to interact with different data plane implementations. APIC does not need to have low-level information of the data plane specifics, since each data plane will be programmed in its own particular way via a local OpFlex agent. This approach has advantages scaling, but in addition, it […]

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Transforming the Service Provider Network

Service Providers today are at a critical inflection point as they work to transform their networks, and indeed, their businesses. ACG Research took an in-depth look at the industry trends driving this digital transformation and the steps necessary to ensure success. Some of ACG’s key findings include: Service providers must embrace digital transformation to meet […]

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What do providers really think about the EHR?

The Electronic Health Record (EHR) has been in the news a lot lately –for some good reasons, and some not-so-good ones. But one thing is clear: The healthcare industry has come to rely on this technology, and we’re not going back. While the financial rewards offered by the HITECH (Health Information Technology for Economic and […]

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Scaling Compute and Storage with HyperFlex

Flexibility in Scale We can see some unique benefits to HyperFlex, one that stands out is the flexibility in which we can scale resources. One complaint which is often heard from customers considering HCI is that when they run out of one particular resource like storage they need to buy a whole new node to […]

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Adding more devices to your network slows your WiFi network

The number of IoT devices in the average home is on the rise. There’s no doubt that in present to near future, you will be connecting your security cameras, thermostat, lights, laptops, smartphones, smart TVs and much more to your network. Now, what’s really happening when all these devices connect to your home network? When […]

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Voice Communication – When Your Life Depends On It

The increasing focus on the dangers of texting while driving, along with the rising legal implications, are bringing a new emphasis on alternative communication strategies when it comes to mobility. Does that mean that mobility, or using your cell phone for business and personal use is totally off-limits if you’re driving? Of course not; texting […]

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Elastic Compute Delivers Real Cost Savings

Workloads are forecasted to grow 26% over the next three years. Yet the business is only funding increases of 3% to IT budgets. How will your business address this gap? Organizations are turning to automation, digitalization of processes and intent-based analytics to support year over year workload growth. Automation simplifies your data center’s operating model […]

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Changes Cybersecurity Defense Stances to Impact Businesses of All Sizes

A new Global Security Index report this week published by the United Nations underscores how seriously governments are starting to take the cyber security threat. The report finds that 38% of the 192 countries that are members of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) that operates under the auspices of the UN have published a formal […]

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