In this fourth part of the blog series, "How to Maximize Your Peak Selling Season," we will take a closer look at pop-up stores. Specifically, we’ll examine: why so many retail enterprises have made pop-up/mobile stores central to their corporate strategies and where consumers are likely to find them, and the unique problems pop-up stores pose to corporate IT departments.
To be agile, retailers should leverage wireless solutions for connectivity so they can deploy quickly and move experiences with the seasons or events, with wireless connectivity being at the top of every distributed retailer's priority list.
Stop by Cradlepoint's stand #IOP200 at Interop London to see our introduction of the AER2100. Our newest router is designed for the distributed enterprise to intelligently manage converged wired and wireless connectivity for a highly available "connected experience" at the Edge.
Cradlepoint enables Mannington Mills to efficiently support changing business needs with a scalable, easy-to-use solution that provides reliable backup connectivity for business locations across the U.S.
CTIA-The Wireless Association® that service providers have in place a number of solutions to maintain continuity in the event of a disaster including COWs, COLTs, and GOATs.
Los Angeles is requiring new cell towers to be built to the same standards as public safety facilities, taking a number of steps including solar-powered free WiFi.
In part three of this series, Wireless Wide Area Networks (WWAN) will be of focus as historically, retailers have struggled with justifying the cost of their store network—even for their own use. Just a few years ago it was a struggle for retailers to spend the money to provide free Internet to their customers.
The Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) region is now seeing a rapid migration to 3G/4G LTE networks as well as much more widespread network availability. For distributed enterprises and emerging industries, these network technologies are being used to meet the need for constant, flexible connectivity and failover backup solutions for business continuity.
In part two of this blog series, as retail enterprises look for connectivity solutions that will allow them to integrate new technology to adapt to changing customer demands and learn more about their customers, there are important questions to keep in mind.
As I walked into Interop this year, it was hard to miss the presence of the two networking colossuses, HP and Cisco. Both were here to strut their stuff to network administrators, IT engineers and directors, and maybe a CIO or two. Filled with beefy new products and features, they are the 600-pound gorillas in the tech industry.