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5 Capabilities That Your Wireless Network Needs Now

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We can’t afford to ignore the myriad of mobile devices and apps currently saturating our attention and wireless connections.

In my last post, I laid out some of the industry’s eye-popping numbers. This time, I’m offering up just one graphic (from Cisco’s recent Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update) showing why you must upgrade your network infrastructure. Pronto. Continue reading

Your Wireless Network: Signs That the Tail has Begun to Wag the Dog

network management - wireless networks have become the primary network

In many companies, the wireless capability added on to their enterprise network a few years ago has become some employees’ primary network.

It’s a development that signals just how quickly mobile devices are proliferating the workplace. The so-called “consumerization of business” changes the way we work — and our data networks have to keep up.

This transformation has been in the works for a while. In 2011, market analyst firm Gartner predicted 80% of corporate wireless network technologies would be obsolete by 2015. Gartner may well be right, given the findings of more recent research. Continue reading

Better ways to meet application development challenges

Application Development Chart illustrating Production, Development, Testing.
 Application development projects can be difficult to manage while ensuring milestones and retaining hard-won ROI.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. An experienced, competent application development service provider can handle the details with a flexible development strategy that begins with discovery, carries you through concept/design, development and testing/quality assurance, and completes the effort with production/launch and maintenance/support.

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One must-ask question when dealing with the Tower of Techno-babble

Often, technology is inherently confounding to the business mind, in much the same way that most of us don’t comprehend what our doctors tell us about our health — unless it’s translated.

Most of us demand a decent translation of medical jargon and concepts when we face a risk to our health. And if the first attempt at translation fails, we insist on further attempts until we ‘get it.’

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