Previously, wireless added a useful layer of mobility to your wired infrastructure. Now, you have users who may never connect with cables.
Before, laptops and desktops were the primary tools of productivity in the office. These days, smartphones, tablets and apps are essential, whether users are on the move or at their desks.
With more Internet-connected mobile devices than people in the world in 2013, IT must provide seamless connectivity to every class of user — employees, contractors, guests and even customers — appropriate to their role and type of device. Mobility in the workplace isn’t just for user benefit and productivity. The migration to mobility begets several IT benefits.
Le lieu de travail nouvelle génération repose sur la mobilité. À l’heure où le nombre d’appareils mobiles connectés à Internet dépasse la population mondiale, il est essentiel que les services informatiques soient en mesure d’offrir à chaque catégorie d’utilisateurs (employés, entrepreneurs, invités et clients) une connectivité fluide et adaptée à leurs besoins et types d’équipement. Outre les atouts évidents pour les utilisateurs et l’effet bénéfique sur la productivité, la migration vers la mobilité est source de nombreux avantages pour les services informatiques. Téléchargez ce livre blanc pour les découvrir…
Der Next-Generation Workplace steht für Mobilität. Im Jahr 2013 gab es mehr mit dem Internet verbundene Mobilgeräte als Menschen weltweit. Aufgabe der IT ist es, die dafür notwendigen Verbindungen und Netzwerke zu schaffen und dafür zu sorgen, dass diese an die Anforderungen der unterschiedlichen Benutzergruppen, an ihre Aufgaben sowie die eingesetzten mobilen Geräte angepasst sind – sei es für Angestellte, Unternehmer, Gäste oder Kunden. Mobiles Arbeiten steigert die Produktivität und bietet zahlreiche Vorteile für den Anwender – aber auch IT-Verantwortliche können profitieren. Laden Sie unser Whitepaper herunter und überzeugen Sie sich von den Vorteilen...
El lugar de trabajo de la próxima generación se centra totalmente en la movilidad. En este año 2013 hay más dispositivos móviles con conexión a Internet que personas en el planeta, de modo que la tecnología informática debe proporcionar una conectividad sin restricciones a cada tipo de usuario —trabajadores, contratistas, invitados e incluso clientes— apropiada para la función de cada uno y el tipo de dispositivo que utiliza. Se pone de manifiesto que la movilidad en el lugar de trabajo no es sólo para el beneficio propio del usuario y de la productividad. La migración hacia la movilidad genera varias ventajas en TI. Descárguese este documento técnico para descubrir las ventajas....
Il luogo di lavoro di nuova generazione sarà tutto concentrato sulla mobilità. Già nel 2013 nel mondo ci sono più dispositivi mobili che persone, e l'IT deve fornire una connettività senza interruzioni ad ogni tipo di utente — dipendenti, appaltatori, ospiti e persino clienti — che si adatti al loro ruolo e al tipo di dispositivo che utilizzano. E così, la mobilità sul posto di lavoro non giova solo agli utenti e alla produttività. La migrazione verso la mobilità genera numerosi vantaggi informatici. Scaricate questo libro bianco per scoprirli tutti…
The content for this excerpt was taken directly from the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Enterprise WLAN 2013-2014 Vendor Analysis by Rohit Mehra (Doc # 231686). All or parts of the following sections are included in this excerpt: IDC Opinion, In This Study, Situation Overview, Future Outlook, Essential Guidance, and Synopsis.
Published By: Aternity
Published Date: May 18, 2015
This whitepaper provides an overview of Aternity Virtual Desktop Monitoring and how it monitors end user experience in a VDI environment. Aternity goes well beyond traditional Virtual Desktop Infrastructure assessment tools that are primarily focused on planning and testing virtual deployments. Aternity provides in-depth monitoring of end user experience in a production environment spanning tens of thousands of business users.
Published By: Aternity
Published Date: May 19, 2015
Read this whitepaper to navigate through the End User Experience Monitoring (EUEM) landscape. Learn how traditional APM and device monitoring products provide some aspects of End User Experience Monitoring, but can often leave enterprise IT Ops teams blind to what their workforce users are actually experiencing.
Published By: Aternity
Published Date: May 22, 2015
“ This 30-minute webinar that will help you navigate the EUEM landscape and learn how traditional APM and device monitoring products provide some aspects of End User Experience Monitoring, but can often leave enterprise IT Ops teams blind to what their users are actually experiencing.
More and more businesses are embracing workplace mobility and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) strategies as a method to reduce costs and stimulate productivity. These initiatives give employees, contractors, and business partners the power to remotely contribute, collaborate, and communicate with team members from familiar devices, anywhere around the world. To implement these strategies effectively however, IT teams must provide access to applications, business systems, collaboration platforms, and development environments without sacrificing end-user experiences, hindering their organization’s security posture, or inducing excessive costs. What many are finding is that traditional methods of desktop and application delivery and on-premises Virtualized Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) often cannot live up to this task, as they introduce new challenges upon implementation.
Published By: BlackBerry
Published Date: May 20, 2009
Mobility is no longer considered a luxury within enterprise but a critical part of a networking
strategy as firms look to increase productivity and remain competitive in a rapidly changing environment. As mobility becomes an integral part of the infrastructure, IT must deal with supporting numerous devices including laptops, smartphones and other mobile handhelds. The challenge for IT will be enabling productivity improvements while mitigating the risk of numerous types of devices. The devices and their memory cards may hold sensitive organizational and personal information, including information about product announcements, 9inancial statements, or customer records.
For anywhere, anytime, any-device mobile engagement, implementing a stateless architecture calls for building protection in the application layer, moving from device management to risk-based device inspection, performing real-time threat detection and mitigation, and leveraging cloud technologies.
Like other IT leaders, you know you have to modernize your IT infrastructure to become more productive, efficient, agile and competitive. So what's holding you back? Many organizations are still devoting anywhere from 60% to 80% of their time, energy, human resources and budget to supporting legacy systems rather than develop transformative solutions.
Our new eBook, Your 3-step roadmap to IT modernization, will help you align your approach to IT with the way your business works today — and the way you will work in the digital age:
• Increased mobility, multiple device formats and distributed workgroups
• Greater collaboration with outside organizations, including customers, suppliers and partners
• Essential enterprise risk management features such as compliance, legal, security and data governance
Here you'll learn the three stages of IT modernization — from realigning your infrastructure to updating business processes — so you take the right steps.
This paper provides information on how CA Unified Infrastructure Management (CA UIM) delivers the essential capabilities needed to help you proactively monitor and manage alarms, performance and SLAs across even the most dynamic and complex environments.
The four pillars of computing — cloud, mobility, social, and analytics — are driving new levels of network innovation in datacenter networks. These forces are now buffeting the datacenter along with virtualization and the Internet of Things (IoT), resulting in sweeping changes in traffic patterns that expose the limitations of traditional networks and their operational models. To become a resource rather than a bottleneck to overall datacenter performance, the network must deliver not just exceptional performance and scalability but also unprecedented automation and orchestration that can yield agility, flexibility, and service velocity. This Technology Spotlight examines these key trends and discusses the role that Cisco's Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) plays in addressing these
ongoing challenges for enterprise IT and network managers.
Technology transitions—such as cloud, mobility, big data, and the Internet of Things—bring together people, processes, data, and things to make resources and connections more valuable to your business. They also challenge the role of IT in the enterprise. For your IT department to stay relevant to your lines of business, it must deliver value faster and invest in innovation. Cisco Unified Computing System™ (Cisco UCS®) integrated infrastructure makes it possible to deliver Fast IT—a new IT model that transforms your data center infrastructure into an environment that is fast, agile, smart, and secure. You can break down the IT barriers that are holding your business back and create solutions that capture the value of new connections and information.
Mobile devices have brought advancements to virtually all aspects of modern life and have had transformative effects on businesses spanning all industries. However, the positive business effects that can be brought about by mobility and "going digital" are not enjoyed as frequently within small and midsize businesses (SMBs) as they are within larger organizations. While potential benefits are there, small and midmarket organizations may have fewer resources available and can find difficulty in realizing the full value of the enterprise mobility infrastructure. Often, organizations find themselves having to make trade-offs between richness of functionality and available resources.
The following questions were posed by Cisco to Nolan Greene, research analyst with IDC's Network Infrastructure group, on behalf of Cisco's SMB customers.
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