Wireless Networking Research
Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com
This report from Microsoft presents a vision for the development of smart cities which bring together technology, architecture and people.
Sponsored by: Brocade
Brocade® Mobility enterprise Wireless LAN (WLAN) solutions, featuring support for 802.11n-based wireless networking, can help organizations efficiently meet these requirements while increasing their business agility and building value-driven edge networks.
Sponsored by: AT&T Corp
To react quickly to customers’ needs, organizations are decentralizing their workforce and shifting them into the flow of their customers’ lives.
Sponsored by: BlueCoat
Discover what Forrester Consulting is saying about next generation WAN optimization in this technology adoption profile commissioned by Blue Coat.
Sponsored by: HP & Intel®
This e-guide from SearchHealthIT.com demonstrates how health IT administrators should plan, implement and manage wireless networks within their respected facilities. Read now for five steps to effective wireless networking in health care.
Sponsored by: Citrix
This market research report provides insight into the key drivers behind the trends of workshifting, IT consumerisation and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). Discover how businesses are gaining tangible benefits from a more mobile and flexible workforce.
Sponsored by: Dell, Inc. and Intel®
This presentation transcript explores how businesses can leverage the latest technologies to transform their workplaces and create collaborative, mobile and productive environments. Learn about the benefits of implementing a connected workplace strategy.
Sponsored by: BlackBerry
As an IT administrator what steps can you take to help your organization benefit the most from the mobile revolution? This guide offers practical, fresh ideas to help you lower costs, maximize benefits and map a strategy.
Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.
This video case study showcases a physician's practice implementing a phone system and reducing time required for appointment reminder calls from four hours to 15 minutes per day and achieving efficient contact with insurance companies.
The Convergence of Enterprise Telecom Services: BlackBerry Mobile Voice System on the Aruba Networks Wireless LAN InfrastructureSponsored by: Aruba Networks
Learn about the benefits that fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) and unified communications (UC) offer for both remote and mobile employees and for the corporate IT group, and solutions available to help implement these technologies.