Displaying articles for: 03-25-2012 - 03-31-2012
By Ken Adams, HP Networking Web manager
Now days, you can ask anybody anything and within a few clicks and swipes they can rattle off the answer. Which leads me back to my question, “Are we smarter than our smartphones?” However you answer the question – know that we’re making it easier for you to get the information you need about HP Networking with our new mobile pages.
If you’re like me, cloud computing is fast becoming a bigger part of your life. It’s easy, it’s convenient and I’ve come to depend on cloud computing to keep me connected and my world in sync. Now SMBs are beginning to discover the advantages of cloud computing. As you do, consider three network sticking points you shouldn’t overlook when using multiple cloud service providers: prioritization, bandwidth and service-level agreements and specialization
Students and faculty have been bringing their own computing equipment to school for years, but the BYOD phenomenon is spreading from higher education and into primary/secondary schools. How do you ensure your network remains manageable and secure in a BYOD world?
By Rebecca Humphress, Global Product Marketing Manager, HP Networking
Let me say this right upfront: Cisco sponsored a test report that is misleading. Its basic flaw is that Cisco was comparing apples-to-oranges. This report attempts to compare Cisco small and medium business (SMB) switches to switches from D-Link and from HP Networking. In this blog post, I put forth a more helpful apples-to-apples comparison.
I am excited to share that HP announced two new solutions to help simplify unified communications (UC) deployments – HP AppSystems for Microsoft® Lync and HP Rich Media Communications Solution. Tested and validated solution means you do not have to put the various pieces together yourself. The pre-packaged solution along with services from HP or channel partners enables rapid deployment. If you are at Enterprise Connect in Orlando, FL, come visit us in booth#809.