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DreamWorks Animation Creates a Collaborative Culture with an HPE Aruba Mobile-First Network
“It’s culturally expected that inspiration and productivity extend outside of our offices,” said Keith McKay, DreamWorks Animation’s Network Operations Supervisor. “In a creative industry like ours, a mobile workplace allows us to work collaboratively anywhere, rather than be tied to a specific location. Recently, we set an initiative to upgrade the network and cover our entire campus with highly-effective wireless connectivity.”
Aruba Delivers First Asset Tracking Solution Fully Integrated into WLAN Infrastructure to Improve Staff Efficiency and Customer Ex...
Aruba asset tracking addresses these challenges with a solution that is integrated into the Aruba Wi-Fi infrastructure, eliminating the need for a separate network. Organizations also gain the benefits of accurate tracking of important items using either an intuitive, map-based mobile app or by integrating with organizations’ existing tracking solutions. The solution includes the following components:
The University of New Hampshire Blankets Its 150 Building Campus With Aruba Wave 2 Gigabit Wi-Fi
Like many universities, UNH has experienced a growing population of students bringing multiple mobile devices to campus and demanding seamless, high-performance wireless connectivity everywhere on campus. The ability to offer fast, reliable Wi-Fi was becoming an important factor in attracting prospective students as well as top-notch teaching talent. In addition, the University realized that secure and seamless wireless connectivity was critical for in-classroom educational applications and test-taking, and to support UNH’s extensive research agenda.
Scarborough and Rouge Hospital Deploys an Aruba Mobile-First Infrastructure to Improve the Patient Experience and Prepare for IoT
Given the hospital’s growing requirements for mobility, the Information Services team determined it was the right time to upgrade the network infrastructure to meet both current and future needs. The hospital’s goals include: improving nursing staff productivity by allowing mobile workstations to be used at the bedside; increasing patient safety by ensuring that information can be inputted quickly and accurately; providing better patient and visitor experiences by delivering high performance wireless access from any location in the hospital; and, preparing for new use cases and future initiatives.
The University at Buffalo Brings Aruba Gigabit Wi-Fi to its 10 Million Square Foot Campus
“As a member of our faculty stated, ‘Wi-Fi is as important to a university today as ink or chalk was 100 years ago’,” said Brice Bible, Vice President and Chief Information Officer for the University at Buffalo. “Ensuring reliable, high-speed Wi-Fi has been a top priority for our IT team.”
IoT Heading for Mass Adoption by 2019 Driven by Better-Than-Expected Business Results
In his new eBook ‘ Making Sense of IoT ’, commissioned by Aruba, technology visionary Kevin Ashton—who coined the term 'Internet of Things’— presents the following definition:
HPE Aruba Extends Security Leadership for the Intelligent Edge with Niara
To help address these issues, new Niara machine-learning and incident investigation workflow features, including Adaptive Learning and Analyst Playbooks, enable more precise attack detection for high-value assets and devices and users, resulting in faster decision making for remediation and response. When these new Niara features are combined with Aruba’s industry-leading ClearPass Policy Manager, individual incidents that reach a certain risk score within the Niara solution (ranging from 1 to 100) can use pre-defined ClearPass policies to automatically quarantine, or completely shut off network access, providing security teams with additional time to thoroughly investigate the incidents.
Bryanston School challenges Aruba to provide technology solutions to transform the student experience
Today, the Bryanston campus is covered by over 400 Aruba 802.11ac wireless access points, managed by two Mobility Controllers. This has allowed Bryanston to explore the opportunities of digital learning, leading to several new technological innovations including:
Aruba Wave 2 Gigabit Wireless Network Provides the Foundation for CERN’s Mobile-First Research Facility for 12,000 Staff and Sci...
To enable its staff and scientists to achieve their research goals, CERN decided to upgrade its infrastructure to provide a modern, mobile-first campus that could accommodate the nearly 20,000 different devices that need to connect to the network daily. Reliable coverage across its campus, enabling visiting scientists and workers to use their own mobile devices, and the ability to properly sandbox visitor devices and detect ‘rogue’ access points, were key concerns for the CERN IT staff.
CDM Smith Embraces Mobile First Environment to Boost Productivity and Cut Costs with Aruba
Cutting costs was a driving factor for CDM Smith’s decision to go with a mobile-first, all-wireless environment. The firm’s Business Technology (BT) department had run the numbers for deploying structured cabling in their headquarters, as well as the cost of rewiring internal office moves or major modifications which happens with about 25 percent of their offices annually. With a progressive CIO who was ready to invest in a new model, and the determination that increased mobility would result in improved productivity, the firm decided to move ahead with the all-wireless network approach.