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Research from Aruba Networks suggests that businesses need to embrace 'GenMobile' employees as they work more efficiently when they are able to work any time, any place, and on any device.
The Spanish telco will run Eleven Paths as a separate start-up with a focus on cloud computing, mobility and social networks security threats.
The new enterprise IT landscape of cloud services, mobility and BYOD, social media usage and big data analytics creates very different types of network traffic to the traditional mix of in-house client-server enterprise workloads. How will networks evolve to keep pace?
Despite challenging economic climate, businesses worldwide expected to invest US$2.7 trillion next year, as cloud, social networks and mobility become compelling forces for change.
Networking vendor says virtual management tool addresses mobility needs in region as more Asian companies establish satellite offices regionally and employees bring consumer devices into enterprise space.
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One company will enfold the mobile devices and home units. The other will have Motorola's enterprise mobility solutions and networks businesses.
US small and medium businesses are heavy users of basic computing technology with high adoption rates for servers with local area networks (88%) and high-speed Internet access (89%), Forrester Research says. Technologies that enable mobility, such as wireless LANs and mobile devices, have adoption rates of 53% and%, respectively.
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Mobility: Senior executives at Nokia say that today's enterprise customers want their mobile devices to support GPRS and Wi-Fi, but aren't much bothered about third-generation networks
Lucent Technologies said on Thursday that it plans to spend $50 million on a China research center to develop third-generation mobile technology, hoping to snare some of the billions of dollars in contracts likely to be awarded as China expands its mobile networks. The center would open in September 2003 with some 300 engineers, said James Brewington, president of the telecommunications equipment giant's mobility solutions group.
Mitel Networks is a provider of next-generation IP telephony solutions. The company creates advanced communication solutions and applications in the areas of speech recognition, wireless mobility, unified messaging, and customer interaction solutions.
As Vice President of Mobility at Nortel Networks Asia, Jean-Luc Jezouin ensures that wireless Internet solutions evolve according to their requirements. With the firm belief that traditional revenues in selling airtime for voice traffic will decline, Jezouin is convinced that this paves the way for an increase in wireless subscribers - particularly in China.
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