Evolutions in mobility and the IoT are directly impacting network infrastructure, driving enterprises to fundamentally reconsider their technology choices.

In recent years, IoT devices were designed to benefit staff productivity, offer exciting new features and improve customer experience have been entering the market. And because of these significant benefits, it’s business units who are driving adoption.

Legacy wireless technology is unable to support these devices, so IT must find new technologies to connect them and make sure they operate efficiently – and without vulnerability – whether in traditional ‘carpeted areas’ or on the factory floor; underground or the sky.

Deep integration with other systems like metrics platforms, CRM software, and the cloud provides the smart analytics needed to set up and automate access policies. This ensures ‘best-fit’ performance, data-driven decision-making – and means fewer resources are needed to manage the network.

MGI(McKinsey Global Institute)는 2025년까지 IoT 애플리케이션이 3.9조~11.1조 달러 규모의 경제적 영향을 미칠 수 있다고 예측합니다. 향후 5년 동안 연간 50% 이상의 성장이 예상되는 비디오 분석 애플리케이션은 IoT 애플리케이션의 확장에 중대한 기여를 할 수 있습니다.

McKinsey Global Institute

McKinsey Article

A snapshot of enterprise mobility today:

  • On-campus, traditional mobile WLAN/DECT handsets are still useful in manufacturing and healthcare environments
  • But now, most workplace communications happen over a company’s Wi-Fi network
  • Users collaborate via multiple devices and apps with VoIP, IM, video chat, file sharing and more
  • BYOD has become the norm, so IT must support all employees, customers and visitors bringing personal devices onto the company network
  • Users expect excellent, seamless performance everywhere on your campus
  • A robust mobility strategy that looks ahead to future developments is critical

Mobility for devices in the IoT age

IT Decision Makers shared their thoughts about the current state of the market and the trends that will affect their organizations in the future. Security and manageability are seen as the biggest Network Infrastructure challenges.

Discover our 2017 Survey of IT Decision Makers

Top mobility questions in the hospitality industry:

  • Is it just a matter of bandwidth?
  • Can all buildings benefit?
  • How real is the threat to security?
  • How do you balance guest access and data privacy?

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우리의 고객들은 모든 것을 연결시킵니다.
회의 시설에 맞게 Wi-Fi 환경을 개발함으로써 회의 참여자들의 편의가 증대되고 후쿠오카 시가 회의 및 이벤트를 위한 보다 매력적인 장소로 인식될 수 있어서 기쁩니다. 학술 문서나 비즈니스 자료 등을 언제 어디에서나 다운로드하고 읽어볼 수 있습니다. 이러한 유연성과 모빌리티는 성공을 위한 핵심 요인입니다.

일본 후쿠오카 시

Necessary evolutions for truly mobility-ready networks

Enterprise mobility is no longer just about wireless handsets and smartphones. As we enter the IoT age, it’s also about access, endpoints and security: devices like student tablets in classrooms, intelligent traffic systems on highways and wearable patient monitors in hospitals.

Of course, behind every aspect of mobile communications, the mobile campus and the Internet of Things is the network. Whether wired or wireless, 3G or 4G, private or public, network infrastructures underpin every kind of mobility.

In this landscape of transformation, companies are rethinking the very foundation of the network in order to reduce costs, improve performance and security, and introduce pioneering new devices.

New mobility strategies offer a competitive advantage

An effective mobile strategy balances these technologies with specific user needs in your industry or market sector. Properly planned and deployed, it isn’t just users who benefit from a mobile enterprise; IT, operations and even marketing stand to gain. And you’ll be opening your company’s doors to the rich future of the IoT.

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