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.
This white paper outlines emerging trends in retail IT, common challenges, and consideration for choosing retail network solutions. The paper will also discuss the benefits of using wireles WAN at the Network's Edge.
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.
The RoboUtes are an interdisciplinary student organization at the University of Utah. For the past three years, they have participated in the RASC-AL Exploration Robo-Ops Competition. The 2015 version of their rover was equipped with a pair of Cradlepoint COR IBR650 routers.
Last year enterprise security experts discovered that, once hackers are able to break into less protected monolithic network segments, they can quickly “pivot” to access segments that contain valuable information. The result has been catastrophic for some of the biggest names in retailing.
In Part 1 of this series (Part One: Why are Branch Offices so Vulnerable?), I looked at some of the reasons why branch offices are so vulnerable to data breaches. In Part 2, (The changing face of malicious attacks), the topic was the new forms these attacks are taking. In Part 3, I’d like to talk about how the solution Cradlepoint has developed with Zscaler defeats these new attempts to access corporate networks.
As part of a renewed focus on law enforcement accountability and safety, President Obama petitioned Congress for the funds to buy more than 50,000 body cameras for police agencies nationwide. This represents a $75 million allocation for the lapel-mounted body cameras, and additional funds for hardware to support video capture, storage, and analytics.