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SMB BYOD plus a mobile workforce call for a unified network solution

By TerryAnn Fitzgerald, SMB Solutions Marketing Manager, HP Networking

 

taf.jpgAs small and midsize businesses invest in their own mobile technologies, the percentage of companies employing a mobile workforce has risen accordingly.   Mobile devices have become so engrained in our daily lives that most workers just assume that when they enter the office they’ll have wireless access to the company network.   now expect connectivity not only at their desks but also from any point in the office.

 

The tsunami of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) presents a growing challenge to your network infrastructure as it strains to accommodate the flood of smartphones, tablets, and laptops tapping into the bandwidth.  Workers So how do you adapt your network infrastructure to handle the rising demand without overtaxing an already tight budget?

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HP Networking FlexFabric awarded two top honors!

John Gray, Data Center Marketing Lead, HP Networking

 

jg.jpgRecently named “Champion” in The Info-Tech Data Center Networking Vendor Landscape report for the category of Data Center Networking—HP outperformed Cisco and was positioned in the upper right quadrant of the “Leading Product” axis.  

 

 

Why HP Intelligent Management Center 7.0 should be on your radar

by Gladys Alegre-Kimura, Global Product Marketing Manager, HP Networking

 

gak.jpgThis past week, HP just released a couple new modules to Intelligent Management Center (IMC) 7 – IMC VAN Fabric Manager and IMC VAN SDN Manager. I’ll explain what those are a little later. For those of you who do not know, IMC 7.0 was released about 2 months ago with a lot of new upgrades.

 

How does your mobile security measure up?

By Dragana Beara, Sr. Solutions Marketing Manager, HP Networking Global Marketing

 

dg.jpgHow often do you check your smartphone throughout the day? 20 times? 50 times? More? I admit to checking my device quite a few times a day. I find I can be much more productive when I’m always connected. When I’m out and about, I like the convenience of keeping on top of my personal and work email. Even better, when great ideas for work pop into my head, I can jot them down on my phone before they evaporate.

WLAN Health with IMC

By Gladys Alegre-Kimura, Global Product Marketing Manager, HP Networking

 

gak.jpgWireless users usually wonder why their home network performs better than the office wireless network. What is the reason for frequent network disconnect and a slower connection? With all of these questions users may start thinking that their office has poor network infrastructure.

 

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