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Aruba gets NIA for network device detection software
This article is part of the Network Evolution issue of June 2017, Vol. 8, No. 5
This month's TechTarget Network Innovation Award winner is Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, for its ClearPass Universal Profiler. The network device detection tool lets enterprises quickly and easily detect every device on a network, and it creates a database that administrators can use to monitor what's connected to their networks. In an era where the internet of things (IoT) is making it easier than ever before for users to add devices to their networks, the Profiler can help corral device proliferation. SearchNetworking spoke with Trent Fierro, Aruba's director of software solutions marketing, to learn more about ClearPass Universal Profiler. This interview was edited for length and clarity. What led Aruba to develop the ClearPass Universal Profiler? Trent Fierro: We were seeing that enterprises wanted an easier way to determine what was on their networks, but that they weren't necessarily ready to deploy a full-blown, max solution like ClearPass Policy Manager. We wanted to provide customers with the visibility ...
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