In terms of networking, educational establishments are often at the forefront of the technology wave. For Universities, colleges and large schools alike, they have the opportunity to test out the latest and greatest innovations in networking – making the technology work for them, and then reaping the benefits of deploying at scale.
In our series of blogs exploring Cisco SD Access, we took a look at What is SDA Fabric as an overview. In this blog we'll dig deeper and take a look at the concept of Micro Segmentation. Micro Segmentation is all about providing a level of granular network control never seen before. Let's take a look.
Cisco are massively moving the needle on how future networks will be designed and deployed. Cisco SDA Fabric is a term we're going to be hearing a whole lot more about. Why change something that works? In this blog, we’ll take a look at that exact question.
In this blog series, I wanted to explore what a Wireless First strategy looks like for a number of customer verticals. Universities have extensive demands on their wireless infrastructure. Should Wi-Fi be the technology of choice for Universities?
Clinical asset tracking is all about finding the asset you want, when you want it. Clinical staff spend a lot of wasted time searching for an asset, which sometimes are stored for safekeeping in out of the way places.
Cisco DNA Spaces is a location aware, task management cloud-based application. What does that mean in plain English? It can track objects and people and display the results on a web-based dashboard that's easy to use. Factor in the ability to be able to undertake tasks and trigger outcomes and you have a pretty interesting product.
Cloud networking is a term used to describe how network equipment is configured, controlled and monitored. Cloud networking disconnects the network engineers from needing a console cable to get network equipment up and running and allows for remote configuration, ahead of the deployment to take place and the config be deployed to the equipment when it[…]
The Wi-Fi Alliance has announced the name for the upcoming standard for the introduction of the 6GHz band to Wi-Fi. This will be a major, major update to Wi-Fi and be transformational to all Wi-Fi users. Read more below on the introduction of 6GHz to the Wi-Fi band: Wi-Fi 6E. This blog is some of my musings on what might be – like most Wi-Fi[…]