The fundamental change in information sharing and storing has caused agencies to follow proper cyber security governance and management of networking risks to protect sensitive information.
Everyone's Blog in LTE
The recently released 2019 State of the WAN Report unearthed several eye-opening findings about how organizations are using 4G LTE, as well as how Gigabit LTE and 5G factor into plans for the future.
Recently Cradlepoint customer Kymeta brought together a range of technologies for a demonstration that showed what’s possible for first responder agencies, including SD-WAN in vehicles.
Retailers can benefit from a few networking best practices, including cloud management, content filtering, and day-1 networks, to help their networks stack up during black Friday and other peak buying seasons.
As retail technology continues to evolve, the networks that stack up during the holiday seasons of the future will be those with an Elastic Edge that moves, contracts, and expands to meet constantly evolving business needs.
Four Advantages of Prioritizing Voice Traffic on an LTE Network
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), when used over LTE, can offer significant benefits to your network — and your business. Optimizing VoIP over LTE can help your employees, customers, and IT teams focus on the work at hand instead of the mechanics behind it.
Necessary Network Conditions
For most enterprises that leverage 4G LTE connectivity, carrier redundancy — the ability to switch to a different carrier’s network quickly if an outage happens — is a must-have. While many of those companies use our dual-modem routers for carrier redundancy, in certain situations that is not the most cost-effective option. With a Cradlepoint router and modem with Auto Carrier Selection capability, all you need to do is insert a SIM card, plug in the router, and you’ll be up and running.
Super-fast mobile technology is changing the game of enterprise. With growing coverage, increasing speeds and innovative development, businesses can access high speed networks from anywhere and always stay connected.
As we discussed in our previous post about failover (The High Cost of Downtime Part 1), network outage can impact both revenue and reputation. In this post we will look at some of the connectivity options available, and provide some tips on 4G solutions that might be right for your organization.
Technology has given us the power to see in real-time exactly how jobs are being performed. That information can lead to more efficient ways to get work done. For the public sector, that can result in better services to taxpayers and more money saved over all. We think we can provide the public sector with solutions that are smart, easy-to-use and that, at the end of the day, save organizations precious taxpayer dollars.