October 12, 2011

The iEverything Enterprise

Virtualization, cloud computing, and wireless technology are fundamentally changing enterprise computing, providing revolutionary gains in productivity and cost savings. Powerful enterprise applications can now be delivered to almost any device, anywhere, at any time and take advantage of tremendous computing power available in consumer devices, such as smartphones and tablets. Regardless of whether these devices are issued corporately or personally owned, almost every IT department is experiencing the effects of unprecedented smart device adoption in their enterprise.

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In its “The iEverything Enterprise” paper, Aerohive reminds us that the PC era is winding down and that the mobility era has dawned, causing shifts that have upended much of what we once knew about IT. The paper provides a comprehensive, high-level backgrounder of the mobile enterprise network situation today, followed by a discussion about the impact that mobility and burgeoning volumes of smart devices are having on IT. After spelling out IT's current mobility challenges, which include security issues, managing consumer-owned devices and cost containment pressures, the paper describes how each can be met with Aerohive’s own Cooperative Control protocol–based distributed Wi-Fi architecture and cloud services.

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