This white paper reveals how extensive deployment of video surveillance places heavy demands on network resources. The mission-critical network must therefore be able to support the high-bandwidth required by video traffic efficiently, with multiple stringent QoS levels.
While business application turn-up on virtual compute platforms takes only minutes, the network configurations to connect your employees at the branch to these applications can take weeks or even months to rollout!
Thanks to new mobile technologies, work happens everywhere today. It might be responding to email on the morning train or uploading a customer contract during a cross-town cab ride. Your workers need this level of connectivity to compete. At the same time, you likely face unprecedented budgetary challenges.
Many governments embrace mobile network operator (MNO) networks as partners in the quest to establish high-performance mobile broadband data capabilities supporting emergency services. The question is: Who is better placed to operate future mission-critical LTE networks, governments or MNOs?
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LANs need upgrades to support high-bandwidth fixed and mobile services
A passive optical LAN (POL) delivers capacity, cost savings, lasting value
Upgrading to POL can reduce TCO by 37% within 5 years
This paper presents the value of an enterprise POL based on a Bell Labs economic analysis. It examines the financial benefits of an optical network compared to traditional copper-based Ethernet architectures. Also discussed in this white paper is why a POL provides the most cost-effective option to meet the gigabit speed networking challenges of a future digital enterprise.
Windows 10 devices share a common application platform, the Universal Windows Platform (UWP). Applications can be built on UWP to run equally well on phones, tablets, and PCs. Developers can target multiple device types with a single application, making it more efficient and cost-effective to empower mobile workers.
Organizations' users increasingly depend on their mobile devices, but phones and tablets bring new and unfamiliar challenges for IT departments. IT must be able to deploy and manage mobile devices and apps quickly to support the business while balancing the growing need to protect corporate data because of evolving laws, regulations, and cybercrime.