The adoption of sensors, M2M technology, wireless connectivity, and data can advance the efficiency and productivity of things and systems that seemed commonplace just a few years ago.
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In tech, a key part of being competitive is the ability to stay on top of the latest technologies and trends and to apply and strategically incorporate those learnings.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Cradlepoint is in line with this effort to inspire people throughout the country to be safe and secure online.
With this new round of funding and the partnership with TCV, Cradlepoint is in an even better position to help our customers navigate the path to digital transformation, as the acceleration of cloud, mobile and IoT give rise to the Connected Enterprise.
As I dive further into the technology world, I'm seeing a few Internet of Things (IoT) technology trends that are taking over the fashion world. The newest fad of wearables seems to be here to stay and is transforming our interaction with technology. In this blog I will discuss some of the wearables on the market today and how they are being used.
SysAdmins are the unsung heroes of the modern workplace. They’re like that ultra-competent person in Sci-Fi movies who saves the day but sacrifices his or her life for “the cause.” Today, on national System Administrator Appreciation Day, let’s celebrate these heroes of the network. Here are 10 reasons to thank a System Administrator.
I recently returned from Mobile World Congress, held annually in Barcelona. It was huge: 85,000 visitors a day and eight enormous halls full of everything from consumer goods to emerging gear for LTE networking.
As I mentioned in my last post on 4G LTE, businesses have been adopting 4G LTE as an enterprise-grade network. One issue that should still be considered prior to rollout is coverage. Enterprises with distributed networks want to know if network access is available where their branch offices are located. It’s great that the carrier companies are aggressively building out their 4G LTE networks. But at the end of the day, is there coverage where the company needs it?
One of the key metrics of network performance is uptime—the percentage of time a company’s system is connected to a network or the Internet. Typically, when people look for the causes of the loss of connectivity, they usually think in terms of service interruptions: a physical line being cut or lightening striking a utility pole.