I am no fortuneteller. But I can envision the experience at Cape Cod Academy when student and teachers returned from holidays. Not that their network was outdated but something significant had changed that they had not anticipated. Read on for a perfect case study of the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) phenomenon in action.
It is HP Discover time. . . and that means getting acquainted and seeing the expansive breadth of HP products, solutions and expertise. I will be at the show June 5-7, get your “hands dirty” at the demos, share your challenges, debate ideas and get the inside scoop on technology from the experts at the business and technical sessions. I will be presenting a couple of technical sessions on UC&C jointly with Microsoft on Lync/Voice capabilities and with Polycom on enabling video collaboration. Come join me on Tuesday, June 5th at Venetian in Las Vegas at these deep dive technical sessions and ask your tough questions
What makes the HP Polycom Rich Media Communications solution unique? In this second of three blogs in my “Under the Hood” series, I will cover three more innovative technologies that deliver superior user experience and make it easy for IT to deploy video collaboration. Check out my earlier blog for the first of the “Under the Hood” series.
By Sam Rastogi, Global Product Marketing Manager, HP, and Rajesh Rajamani, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Spirent
I collaborated with Rajesh from Spirent to design a test bed to emulate a large-scale enterprise network based on extreme conditions and network complexity. We worked to test the HP 6600 Router Series and HP MSR Series routers in Spirent Proof-Of-Concept (SPOC) lab in Sunnyvale, CA last month. Here’s what we learned.