As omni-channel retailing advances, more intelligence is needed, and real-time data is necessary from the branch to ensure customers’ expectations are met appropriately.
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At NRF 2020, it was clear that the surge in activity and applications designed to improve the retail customer experience will drive the need for more agile, reliable, and higher-performing WANs.
At NRF 2019, this year’s confab of retailers and retail technology shined a bright light on the transformative road ahead. Here are just a few of my musing and perspectives from this year's event.
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.
Retailers are moving toward solutions engineered for the complexities of IoT, high-bandwidth usage, and companies that must be able to change direction on a dime.
If your network didn't pass the “Black Friday Test,” it’s critical to be proactive so you can rest easier next year. It's time to find a solution that enables your network to meet these thresholds — and quickly.
Evereve deployed Cradlepoint’s AER1600 as its primary Edge routing platform — along with NetCloud Manager (NCM), the network management service available in the Cradlepoint NetCloud platform. The IT team deployed these solutions in every retail store, as well as at corporate headquarters, and in the company’s warehouse.
Retail organizations spend most of the year preparing for Black Friday. To help save time, money, and manhours, here are seven key enterprise network necessities for retailers.