Aerohive Networks

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  • White Papers // Aug 2013

    Mobile-First Enterprise: Easing The IT Burden

    10 Requirements for Optimizing Your Network for Mobility The age of the mobile-first enterprise is upon us. The challenges that face IT can be daunting and decisions made about access to enterprise resources today will affect how efficient and effective the IT organization is for years to come. ...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • Podcasts // Jan 2013

    The Cloud's Impact on the Economics of Branch Office Networking

    In this podcast, the speaker explains how cloud-enabled networking allows full functionality in the branch, enterprise-grade visibility and control in real-time, with the ability to provide automated remediation and security to even the most remote branch or teleworker.

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2012

    BYOD and Beyond: How to Turn BYOD into Productivity

    The mobility phenomenon is truly one of the drivers of technology today. A few short years ago, wireless was simply a convenience feature to provide connectivity in conference rooms and on campuses for students who wanted to sit outside while writing a term paper. Now with the advent of all...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2012

    How to Turn BYOD into Productivity - BYOD and Beyond

    The mobility phenomenon is truly one of the drivers of technology today. A few short years ago, wireless was simply a convenience feature to provide connectivity in conference rooms and on campuses for students who wanted to sit outside while writing a term paper. Now with the advent of all...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Dec 2011

    Rethink Your Branch Network Strategy

    Virtualization, cloud computing and wireless technologies are fundamentally changing enterprise computing, providing revolutionary gains in productivity and cost savings. They are also driving a complete rethinking of enterprise networking architectural strategy. The well documented impact of these disruptive technologies affects everything from server strategies to power requirements. However, one of...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Schools Graduate to Enterprise-Class Wi-Fi

    Online multimedia and interactive educational applications are invading the classroom and prompting schools to take a fresh look at what's possible with the latest in Wireless LAN (WLAN) technology. This paper examines how schools can apply 802.11n enterprise class Wi-Fi technology in ways that pay while overcoming such traditional challenges...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    802.11n Primer

    In less than a decade, wireless LANs have evolved from a niche technology useable only by a few specialized applications to the default media of choice for millions of businesses and consumers. And WLANs continue to evolve. The latest generation of high-speed wireless LAN technology, based on the Institute of...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    A Practical Approach to Wireless 2.0

    Wi-Fi networks offer secure mobility and a tremendous ROI. In the early days of Wi-Fi, significant challenges included management, security, mobility, deployment, reliability, and radio resource management. Yes, basically everything was a challenge. Those were certainly interesting times for the Wi-Fi market. Now, Wi-Fi vendors regularly tout utility-like reliability, stating...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Optimizing Network and Client Performance Through Dynamic Airtime Scheduling

    In wireless LANs one thing is certain, wireless performance is often not as advertised. Wireless is a shared medium, meaning that all clients and neighboring APs compete for the same limited bandwidth, in addition, each client's speed varies depending on the protocol it is running (802.11 a/b/g/n) and the signal...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Retailers Gain Simple, Budget-Friendly WLAN Options

    Retailing companies often must support many geographically dispersed sites on a shoestring IT budget. The Wireless LANs (WLANs) in these sites are often small, but they nevertheless need business class capabilities, such as advanced security protection and centralized management, which often add a premium to the price tag. New WLAN...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Service Level Assurance Wireless Fidelity Achieved

    Networks are living creatures, ever-growing, ever-changing, and Wi-Fi networks change even more quickly and in more ways than wired networks. New APs are deployed, neighboring networks pop up, clients roam, data rates change, and flash crowds converge on one part of the network. Users love the freedom and mobility, but...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    The Importance of Building High-Availability Wireless LANs

    Eliminating the need for controllers, the Cooperative Control Architecture from Aerohive Networks delivers unprecedented levels of availability, resiliency and scalability to mission-critical WLANs while significantly reducing the costs and complexity associated with controller deployments. Aerohive APs - known as HiveAPs - support predictive stateful roaming, cooperative RF management, station load...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    Minimizing Cost, Maximizing Value: WLAN Management Moves to the Cloud

    While wireless and mobile topics have been central to any discussion regarding IT strategy for some time, an element that goes hand-in-hand with mobility is the provisioning of a broad range of services in the cloud. Cloud, for the authors' purposes here, refers to any capability that is made available...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Building Secure Wireless LAN

    Security of a wireless network still ranks as one of the largest concerns of IT professionals planning to roll out an enterprise wireless LAN. Many people erroneously believe that a wireless LAN is inherently insecure. This is largely due to security flaws in early Wi-Fi protocols like WEP (Wired Equivalency...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Cooperative Control Wireless LAN Architecture

    The first generation of WLANs were autonomous (standalone) access points and were relatively simple to deploy, but they lacked the manageability, mobility, and security features that enterprises required, even for convenience networks. Then centralized, controller-based architectures emerged to address these issues and others such as fast/secure roaming for mobile devices,...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Building Secure Wireless LAN

    Security of a wireless network still ranks as one of the largest concerns of IT professionals planning to roll out an enterprise wireless LAN. Many people erroneously believe that a wireless LAN is inherently insecure. This is largely due to security flaws in early Wi-Fi protocols like WEP (Wired Equivalency...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Cooperative Control Wireless LAN Architecture

    The first generation of WLANs were autonomous (standalone) access points and were relatively simple to deploy, but they lacked the manageability, mobility, and security features that enterprises required, even for convenience networks. Then centralized, controller-based architectures emerged to address these issues and others such as fast/secure roaming for mobile devices,...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    802.11n Primer

    In less than a decade, wireless LANs have evolved from a niche technology useable only by a few specialized applications to the default media of choice for millions of businesses and consumers. And WLANs continue to evolve. The latest generation of high-speed wireless LAN technology, based on the Institute of...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    A Practical Approach to Wireless 2.0

    Wi-Fi networks offer secure mobility and a tremendous ROI. In the early days of Wi-Fi, significant challenges included management, security, mobility, deployment, reliability, and radio resource management. Yes, basically everything was a challenge. Those were certainly interesting times for the Wi-Fi market. Now, Wi-Fi vendors regularly tout utility-like reliability, stating...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2012

    BYOD and Beyond: How to Turn BYOD into Productivity

    The mobility phenomenon is truly one of the drivers of technology today. A few short years ago, wireless was simply a convenience feature to provide connectivity in conference rooms and on campuses for students who wanted to sit outside while writing a term paper. Now with the advent of all...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Optimizing Network and Client Performance Through Dynamic Airtime Scheduling

    In wireless LANs one thing is certain, wireless performance is often not as advertised. Wireless is a shared medium, meaning that all clients and neighboring APs compete for the same limited bandwidth, in addition, each client's speed varies depending on the protocol it is running (802.11 a/b/g/n) and the signal...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Retailers Gain Simple, Budget-Friendly WLAN Options

    Retailing companies often must support many geographically dispersed sites on a shoestring IT budget. The Wireless LANs (WLANs) in these sites are often small, but they nevertheless need business class capabilities, such as advanced security protection and centralized management, which often add a premium to the price tag. New WLAN...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Dec 2011

    Rethink Your Branch Network Strategy

    Virtualization, cloud computing and wireless technologies are fundamentally changing enterprise computing, providing revolutionary gains in productivity and cost savings. They are also driving a complete rethinking of enterprise networking architectural strategy. The well documented impact of these disruptive technologies affects everything from server strategies to power requirements. However, one of...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Schools Graduate to Enterprise-Class Wi-Fi

    Online multimedia and interactive educational applications are invading the classroom and prompting schools to take a fresh look at what's possible with the latest in Wireless LAN (WLAN) technology. This paper examines how schools can apply 802.11n enterprise class Wi-Fi technology in ways that pay while overcoming such traditional challenges...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Service Level Assurance Wireless Fidelity Achieved

    Networks are living creatures, ever-growing, ever-changing, and Wi-Fi networks change even more quickly and in more ways than wired networks. New APs are deployed, neighboring networks pop up, clients roam, data rates change, and flash crowds converge on one part of the network. Users love the freedom and mobility, but...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    The Importance of Building High-Availability Wireless LANs

    Eliminating the need for controllers, the Cooperative Control Architecture from Aerohive Networks delivers unprecedented levels of availability, resiliency and scalability to mission-critical WLANs while significantly reducing the costs and complexity associated with controller deployments. Aerohive APs - known as HiveAPs - support predictive stateful roaming, cooperative RF management, station load...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    Minimizing Cost, Maximizing Value: WLAN Management Moves to the Cloud

    While wireless and mobile topics have been central to any discussion regarding IT strategy for some time, an element that goes hand-in-hand with mobility is the provisioning of a broad range of services in the cloud. Cloud, for the authors' purposes here, refers to any capability that is made available...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2012

    How to Turn BYOD into Productivity - BYOD and Beyond

    The mobility phenomenon is truly one of the drivers of technology today. A few short years ago, wireless was simply a convenience feature to provide connectivity in conference rooms and on campuses for students who wanted to sit outside while writing a term paper. Now with the advent of all...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • White Papers // Aug 2013

    Mobile-First Enterprise: Easing The IT Burden

    10 Requirements for Optimizing Your Network for Mobility The age of the mobile-first enterprise is upon us. The challenges that face IT can be daunting and decisions made about access to enterprise resources today will affect how efficient and effective the IT organization is for years to come. ...

    Provided By Aerohive Networks

  • Podcasts // Jan 2013

    The Cloud's Impact on the Economics of Branch Office Networking

    In this podcast, the speaker explains how cloud-enabled networking allows full functionality in the branch, enterprise-grade visibility and control in real-time, with the ability to provide automated remediation and security to even the most remote branch or teleworker.

    Provided By Aerohive Networks