Connectivity in an age where the application is king
The way enterprises manage and control their most essential applications is changing and approaches to connectivity must adapt to meet this change.
Top five business trends driving network transformation
Traditional networks were designed for client-server access to centralised information by a set of stationary, IT-controlled endpoints, but today’s business doesn’t operate that way.
Duxbury Networking adds RF Elements tech to its portfolio
The product offerings reinforce Duxbury Networking’s mission to deliver scalable wireless networks that mitigate interference without sacrificing performance.
Basic service set is cornerstone topology of a WiFi network
WiFi 6 access points are designed to optimise the efficient reuse of spectrum in dense deployment scenarios using a range of techniques.
The traditional network’s security architecture is broken
The constant flood of new, often unmanaged devices pervading corporate networks means traditional security architecture is at the point of collapse.