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  • E-book: Understanding cloud networks

    Cloud computing is catching on, but cloud networks are proving to be challenging to implement and manage. Before enterprises begin architecting their cloud computing networks, they need to consider the impact on the network. Read this e-book to find out what you need to know about cloud networks.

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  • How to get a grip on mobile expense management

    Mobile communications are common in today’s enterprises, but the challenges of mobile expense management are daunting. This e-book discusses the challenges and solutions needed to analyze mobile use and manage costs.

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      • Upgrading wireless networks in the hospital

        In the next few years, hospitals will be rolling out all kinds of technology to improve patient care. Each of these devices and systems must be able to send and receive information instantly. This e-book will dig into best practices for upgrading wireless networks in health care organizations.

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      • Leveraging 802.11n for increased coverage and performance

        Deploying 802.11n can increase a WLAN's speed, capacity, reach and reliability, enabling mobility services that make workforces informed and productive. To be competitive, workers need ready access to data, people and tools for collaboration and decision making. Extending your network to deliver multimedia over wireless can make services like unified messaging and video conferencing available wherever needed. This e-book covers best practices for deploying and optimizing 802.11n to support data, voice and video applications.

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      • Network planning for cloud computing

        The cloud promises to be one of the most dramatic transformations in technology since IT shifted from mainframes to client server systems. Cloud computing comes in different shapes and sizes, and the architecture used will have an impact on the network. Network managers must be involved in cloud architecture decision-making, and must understand the impact that private, public, or hybrid clouds will have on the network. Read this e-guide to learn more about network planning for cloud computing.

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      • Modern data center networking strategies

        Data center design is changing at a rapid pace, and network architects find themselves at a crossroads when selecting and implementing infrastructure. Their short-term and long-term goals often seem at odds, and they are dealing with major changes in traffic patterns and user needs. In addition, virtualization, the convergence of data and storage networks, and the evolution of how and where people work are all changing the way the data center should be designed. This e-book examines the issues and offers strategies for developing a data center network that will stand the test of time and emerging technology. Get access to the latest information on modern data center networking strategies in this guide.

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      • The new era of network performance management

        Today's networks are highly complex, dynamic environments that demand comprehensive performance management. Fortunately, technological advancement is simplifying management and addressing new challenges. This e-book explains why network performance management is more important now than ever and how it can help deliver business-critical applications faster.

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      • The mobile enterprise: Taking wireless networking to the next level

        Get the latest scoop on how faster, more robust 802.11n WLANs can help your business offer new mobility services to improve mobility and reduce cost through fixed-mobile convergence. Discover how unified communications applications can exploit wireless mobile connectivity to facilitate workforce collaboration and enhance productivity. And finally, get advice from our experts on mobile enterprise security.

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      • Modern data center networking strategies

        Data center design is changing at a rapid pace, and network architects find themselves at a crossroads when selecting and implementing infrastructure. Their short-term and long-term goals often seem at odds, and they are dealing with major changes in traffic patterns and user needs. In addition, virtualization, the convergence of data and storage networks, and the evolution of how and where people work are all changing the way the data center should be designed. This e-book examines the issues and offers strategies for developing a data center network that will stand the test of time and emerging technology. Get access to the latest information on modern data center networking strategies in this guide.

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      • E-book: Understanding cloud networks

        Cloud computing is catching on, but cloud networks are proving to be challenging to implement and manage. Before enterprises begin architecting their cloud computing networks, they need to consider the impact on the network. Read this e-book to find out what you need to know about cloud networks.

        View E-Book
      • Network planning for cloud computing

        The cloud promises to be one of the most dramatic transformations in technology since IT shifted from mainframes to client server systems. Cloud computing comes in different shapes and sizes, and the architecture used will have an impact on the network. Network managers must be involved in cloud architecture decision-making, and must understand the impact that private, public, or hybrid clouds will have on the network. Read this e-guide to learn more about network planning for cloud computing.

        View E-Book
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      • The new era of network performance management

        Today's networks are highly complex, dynamic environments that demand comprehensive performance management. Fortunately, technological advancement is simplifying management and addressing new challenges. This e-book explains why network performance management is more important now than ever and how it can help deliver business-critical applications faster.

        View E-Book
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      • Upgrading wireless networks in the hospital

        In the next few years, hospitals will be rolling out all kinds of technology to improve patient care. Each of these devices and systems must be able to send and receive information instantly. This e-book will dig into best practices for upgrading wireless networks in health care organizations.

        View E-Book
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      • Leveraging 802.11n for increased coverage and performance

        Deploying 802.11n can increase a WLAN's speed, capacity, reach and reliability, enabling mobility services that make workforces informed and productive. To be competitive, workers need ready access to data, people and tools for collaboration and decision making. Extending your network to deliver multimedia over wireless can make services like unified messaging and video conferencing available wherever needed. This e-book covers best practices for deploying and optimizing 802.11n to support data, voice and video applications.

        View E-Book
      • The mobile enterprise: Taking wireless networking to the next level

        Get the latest scoop on how faster, more robust 802.11n WLANs can help your business offer new mobility services to improve mobility and reduce cost through fixed-mobile convergence. Discover how unified communications applications can exploit wireless mobile connectivity to facilitate workforce collaboration and enhance productivity. And finally, get advice from our experts on mobile enterprise security.

        View E-Book
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