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Network Optimization

The latest news and computing solutions to optimize your organization’s network infrastructure. From articles on network planning, tackling current capacity problems and future upgrades, to network optimization advancements, and more. We’ll keep you Connected with our Network Optimization resources.


Video Collaboration Boosts Productivity and Business Agility

Boost Productivity and Business Agility

See the Benefits of Video Collaboration

by Shannon Champion | 01.08.14

Businesses are evolving today at the speed of technology. Your organization is expected to do things that would have been unheard of just five years ago—especially when it comes to bringing people together-- from your employees, to your clients, and even regulators. A relationship via phone and email just isn’t going to cut it anymore. Not only that, but your company needs to stay connected and unified, all while keeping costs down. But there’s a solution: video collaboration. For more on the benefits video collaboration can bring to your organization, keep reading.

Tags:NetworkingRemote WorkersVideo CollaborationVideo Equipment

Secure Your Online Data

3 Ways to Secure Your Data

Don’t Let Attackers Get the Better of Your Organization

by Clive Anthony | 09.16.13

Today, security threats are more of a problem for organizations than ever. Not only are they increasing in sophistication and frequency, but they also have a whole host of new targets: everything from traditional desktop PCs to smartphones and tablets to Web apps. Attackers can use any of these to gain access to your password-protected, mission-critical information. Now is the time for a security enhancement to protect your data, users, and network. Read on for three tips for ensuring the security of your organization’s data and assets.

Tags:NetworkingSecurity

Can Your Network Handle BYOD?

Get Your Infrastructure Up to Speed

by Mike Glew | 08.16.13
Like many IT professionals, you are probably evaluating your wireless network’s ability to support new applications and meet user expectations for mobility and BYOD. As more organizations move toward implementing a BYOD policy, legacy wireless networks will struggle to keep up. Here are some insights and steps you can take to prepare for the influx of mobile devices that place increasing demands on your wireless network, while keeping everything secure.

Tags:BYODNetworkingSecurityWireless

Network Capacity Planning

Why You Should Consider Network Capacity Planning

It Does a Data Center Good

by Justin Baron | 07.26.13
Upgrading your network may seem like a task too huge to even contemplate, especially since you have to figure out how to fit it all into your budget—and leave room for further expansion down the road. I’ll tell you how creating a plan for upgrading your network will make sure it fits your needs today, and continues to evolve as your organization grows.

Tags:CapacityCloud ComputingNetworkingSwitchingUpgrading

Upgrading your network can seem like a daunting task when you need to consider new demands like cloud computing, tablets, smartphones, and around-the-clock usage. Here are some insights on today’s networking challenges and 5 tips to stay ahead of the curve as your networking needs grow and expand.

Tags:Networking