The rapid proliferation of mobile devices and use of multimedia servicesamong employees has led to new challenges for enterprises and IT managers.Multiple operating systems, adoption of cloud, and dynamic network demand isoverwhelming the capabilities of separate stand-alone IT tools andsystems. In addition, many enterprise networks have not kept pace withthe need to deliver secure and dynamic services to usercommunities.
As a result, Unified Access enhances
Unified Access can be implemented viasoftware upgrades without replacing existing equipment, providing a gradualapproach to evolving the network and maximizing investment. IT managers canalso easily define appropriate security and quality of service (QoS) policiesenabling the network to dynamically adjust to the communication context, takinginto consideration priorities and bandwidth criteria for user, device,application, location and time of day.
To drive adoption of Unified Access,
"We built a network that protects students and also gives them a consistentexperience that meets the expectations of their digital lives," said KevinRoberts,
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