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Red-Hot Cradlepoint Nabs SDN Startup Pertino

Originally posted on CRN, 12/8/15, by Matt Haranas

Fast-growing networking vendor Cradlepoint is ending its red-hot year with the acquisition of software-defined networking (SDN) specialist Pertino.

Boise, Idaho-based Cradlepoint will leverage Pertino's cloud technology to enable customers to rapidly deploy software-defined overlay network services to support 4G/LTE mobility, Internet of Things and security-related solutions, according to the company.

10 ways CIOs can ensure a frenzy-free Black Friday

Originally posted on CBR, 11/26/15, by Joao Lima

List: Uptime, hackers and reputation need to be considered before getting into the shopping spre

It is the fifth year Black Friday comes to town and Brits are predicted to be spending a record £16,087 per second in the next 24 hours topping £1.39 billion in sales value. CBR runs down ten tips on how to survive from Black Friday all the way up to Christmas.

4G LTE networking solutions bring benefits to businesses

Originally posted on IT Brief, 11/13/15, by Catherine Knowles

With popular technologies such as BYOD and WWAN being introduced to businesses, relatively simple wired networks have developed into the coexistence of wired and wireless systems.

Access networks are continuing to evolve toward higher-capacity, multi-service systems, and this can bring both benefits and complications to businesses.

WiFi on Wheels Puts Two Districts on the Fast Track to 24/7 Access

Originally posted on The Journal, 4/30/15 by Bridget McCrea

Internet-enabled school buses keep students connected on the road, in school parking lots and in their own neighborhoods.

School buses used to serve one purpose: getting students to and from school. But driven by a mandate to provide Internet connectivity to all students, some creative districts have deployed mobile wireless technology to transform their buses into moving WiFi zones, stationary hotspots or both.