Mauro Rizzi

Network Business Development Director, Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise

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7/9/2018
Blog 1200x299 Paving the way for ITS

Transportation authorities will need to think ahead to ensure the networks built today can handle the requirements of tomorrow.

2/13/2018
Blog 1200x299 5 best practices for guest Wi-Fi access

Pay attention to security, bandwidth and application visibility when rolling out a wireless network upgrade

12/13/2017
Blog 1200x299 Contemplating A New Wi-Fi Investment? Here Are the Key Technical Considerations

21 billion.That’s the number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices Gartner predicts will be in use worldwide by 2020.

Latest Posts
8/17/2018

Healthcare industry challenges

Turn Healthcare challenges into opportunities

8/13/2018

Wainhouse Research - Connecting customers with CPaaS

Don’t your customers deserve your best?

8/10/2018

Digital engagement and customers

Digital engagement attracts and retains customers while providing them with the best on-line services.

8/9/2018

The survey also says...

In case you didn’t get enough data from the last blog on trends in networking or your curiosity is piqued, here is our next blog that reviews more survey data. 

8/2/2018

The survey says...

Security and manageability are biggest network infrastructure challenges identified in recent end-user survey.

7/25/2018

Five Tips for Building Tomorrow’s Intelligent Campus

Five Tips for Building Tomorrow’s Intelligent Campus: How to support the higher education needs of the future

7/16/2018

Smart, safe, secure roads please

To enable smart roads, you need a network that can connect intelligent IoT devices simply and securely.

7/13/2018

Secure Your Business Communications

Tips for Selecting a Collaboration Tool with Security in Mind.

7/10/2018

ITS makes driving a breeze

Smart cities that adopt a plan for connected transportation have the opportunity to create easy to navigate, safe and secure highways.

7/9/2018

Paving the way for ITS

Transportation authorities will need to think ahead to ensure the networks built today can handle the requirements of tomorrow.