Industries Enterprise

Today's enterprise is changing. Between a proliferation of small/branch offices and the growing popularity of tele working, users have come to expect secure remote access to corporate resources as well as high speed wireless networks. This can result in enormous pressure on corporate IT staff, who simply don't have the bandwidth to address all of the requirements of rolling VPNS, managed switches, and WLANs to non-technical staff.

Within the corporate site, many enterprises are also expanding their WLANs to improve productivity, reduce switch port plus cabling costs, and bring branch offices online inexpensively. They are also increasing Wi-Fi capacity to address the explosion of Wi-Fi clients including mobile internet devices (MIDs) and smart phones. As a result, near-100% uptime is critical, and multimedia traffic requires enhanced quality of service (QoS) features for optimal user experiences. The distributed, scalable Netcare architecture has been optimized with the features needed to meet all of these requirements.

Wi-Fi in Institutions has become a necessity Wi-Fi is improved connectivity
The laptop and Apple technology has replaced the desktop
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End to End Connective Responsibility
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Whether you're looking to drive productivity, address specific technology challenges, or enact a plan for growth, anything is possible when you understand your network infrastructure. Such insight can lead to improved application performance and availability, better protection of network assets, and more globalized operations - which can translate to bigger and better opportunities.

Yet network management, with its evolving technologies and services, can be challenging. So challenging, in fact, that internal staff can get caught up in reacting to network management instead of acting on strategic business initiatives.

More and more enterprises recognize the need to provide easy, hassle-free Internet access to people visiting their offices, without decreasing security of their own internal network.

While guests like to get connected during their visit to the corporate facilities there are many reasons why Network Administrators and IT Managers do not want to enable guest access to the network

Main concerns here includes utilization of valuable IT resources for configuring visitor notebooks for access increasing administrative overheads. It can be a security risk since guest can compromise confidential corporate data even without knowing it or can infect the network with a virus/worm

There could be bandwidth issues as the connected guest could utilize a big chunk of the available bandwidth thereby denying it to the company's internal resources. There could be issues in the connectivity associated with the configuration in visitor's computer in terms of SMTP setting, IP address setting or proxy settings etc.