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Managing Network Performance for the Mobile Enterprise
June 7, 2011 by
Burgeoning growth in the use of mobile devices is surely among the most significant trends impacting enterprise communications. Much of this growth is uncontrolled, as droves of employees increasingly make use of their personal mobile devices over company networks, as they’re accustomed to doing at home. How can you get a handle on what your…Continue reading
How Are You Monitoring Network Performance for Your Unified Communications?
May 25, 2011 by
The cost reduction and infrastructure consolidation benefits of unified communications and collaboration are so compelling that many organizations are rolling out these services without a solution to manage the user experience. Unified communications monitoring may not be the top priority for businesses. Unified communications aims to converge telephony, messaging, mobile communications, video conferencing and presence-enabled applications onto…Continue reading
A Video Conferencing Home Run
March 30, 2011 by
As a pre-sales engineer, I see a lot of interesting network performance management scenarios while working with future customers on product trials. I’ve seen everything from a managed switch that had a rogue 10-meg port to a problematic WiFi access point, located in the basement of a hospital! On a recent trial , I was…Continue reading
Rolling out a video conferencing system? Are you sure your network can handle it?
March 22, 2011 by
High-definition video conferencing from your computer or mobile device out to anyone, anywhere has arrived. While all tiers of the video conferencing and telepresence marketplace are experiencing strong growth, the biggest leaps are happening with low-cost, desktop- and browser-based “single-codec” systems.