In this series, we have covered- different types of communication, how they are delivered, and how you can manage them. So now what? We all know that the greatest ROI is realized when the system is implemented correctly the first time and adopted by all users. To do this we are giving you the 5 MOST important steps for deployment success. You'll need to think critically about how the entire business will be affected, how can your work stand out from your competitors, and what is the most efficient way to go about this?
It is clear that many trends in business are changing as time goes on and as technology evolves. With change becoming a constant, how we communicate with one another is also in flux. Keeping in touch with new ideas is not only necessary to set you apart from your competiton, but to bring these new innovations to your customer experience. In the first part of our series, we will discuss the 3 most common types of communication in the workforce--Voice, Data, and Video
Controllerless WiFi technology has become increasingly commonly implemented wireless technology in offices, schools, and homes today. The controllerless WiFi approach distributes all control functions and data forwarding to smart access points (APs) while maintaining a centralized management system for monitoring and configuration- similar to how routers function.*
Why have the frustration of slow internet and WiFi speeds when there's an easy and feasible solution at your fingertips?!
Often used interchangeably in the non-technical community, routing and switching represent two fundamentally different concepts in network solutions. The devices used to perform these functions look somewhat similar, but they each have distinctly different jobs. Routing involves moving data among the various networks. Switching involves moving data between devices that exist within the same network.
There is nothing more vital to the success of a company than its network security. Without highly secure connectivity, both your people and your company are at risk. According to our partners as Cisco, network security refers to any activity designed to protect the usability and integrity of your network and data. It includes both hardware and software technologies.