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Product News: macOS Update
by Dean Jackson on

In the latest 13.6 Monitoring Point release, we’ve made significant improvements to Work From Anywhere workforce visibility, allowing you to keep these users productive at all times. macOS This release pays special attention to your macOS workforce. macOS Monterey - Support for the latest macOS. macOS M1 CPU - Support for Apple’s newest generation of laptops. WiFi 6 - 802.11ax...

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Tags: updates, visibility, hybrid work, remote work, work from anywhere, work from home, WFH, VPN, wireless, Apple, monterey, link speed, signal strength, cpu, apple, macOS, appneta, product

The Biden Administration’s long-debated Infrastructure Bill (or at least a big portion of it) is one presidential signature away from being put into action. Along with a focus on updating the United States’ roads, rails and public transit infrastructure, $65 billion of the $1.2 trillion price tag will go to increasing broadband access; both in terms of literal availability and...

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Tags: hybrid work, remote work, work from home, network performance monitoring, network management, work from anywhere, digital divide, Biden, Infrastructure Bill, commerce department, commerce, FCC, telecom, wireless, cable, infrastructure, internet, internet access, wifi, broadband

We talk a lot about the larger wide area network when discussing the biggest Work-From-Anywhere (WFA) challenges facing IT teams today. But nothing is more challenging than trying to make a local impact on end-user experience when you’re many miles away from the source of the problem. This was the resounding theme of the past year and a half, as...

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Tags: network management, host monitoring, application monitoring, network monitoring, future of work, remote work, work from anywhere, work from home, cloud, applications, network performance, cpu, host metrics, host, wireless, wifi


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