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To compete and prosper in today’s marketplace every organisation has to empower their people to collaborate more effectively. To achieve this you will need to provide instant and secure access to corporate networks, extend virtualisation, and leverage cloud computing. These are not options - these are commercial imperatives.

Today, your wired and wireless enterprise networks need to be intelligent. Fortunately, advances in network technology offer an evolutionary path for forward-thinking IT departments to integrate intelligence into their network infrastructure. As a result, they will gain a technological and competitive lead within their sector.

The business benefits

Support access to increasing number and types of devices

Enable higher amounts of data transfer

Leverage next-generation technologies

Improve data back-up and recovery

Increase network security

Your Networking Solutions

Your Networking Solutions

Here are five key steps that will help boost your network’s IQ. It’s a useful checklist of opportunities to make all aspects of your network infrastructure more secure and efficient.

  1. End-to-end Security Architectures
    • Identity-based Network Access Control services provide network-wide creation, distribution, and monitoring of security policies based on contextual knowledge. These include user authentication, device profiling, policy enforcement, posture assessment, and remediation
    • Universal access user clients facilitate network access, user authentication, remote VPN access and content filtering enforcement
  2. Network awareness of media rich applications
    • Deployment, optimisation, monitoring and troubleshooting of growing rich media applications on the network (i.e. video)
    • Intelligent network devices automatically identify applications and apply appropriate QoS. They intelligently optimise communications via interaction of applications, such as web conferencing, with network devices
    • Integrated application tools on network devices allow simulation of interactive sessions to test network capacity (i.e., IP SLAs). They also provide path and performance monitoring for live rich media sessions
    • Centralised network management tools allow operations staff to select the type of intelligent network to automatically prepare and provision for deployment
  3. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
    • VDI facilitates desktop licensing, central desktop management from data centres, and reduction in energy consumption
    • Technology overlays improve performance and user experience for rich media applications (i.e., voice and video)
  4. Network provisioning, management, and monitoring
    • Workflow-based tools enable zero-touch deployment of network infrastructure; wired, wireless, remote, PCs, laptops/desktops, tablets, and smartphones. This enables IT to focus on more strategic tasks like network planning and new solution deployment
  5. Cloud computing consumption models (public, private, and hybrid)
    • Technologies that ensure greater security, performance and availability