LAN news stories
Extreme Networks named leader in Enterprise Wired and Wireless LAN Infrastructure fourth year running
"Our relentless focus on innovation and customer success has enabled us to make it easier than ever for our customers to manage their complex networking deployments."
Network Access Control / NAC
Aruba introduces integrated SD-WAN, LAN and security solution
Branch operators face increased complexity and inefficiencies with different tools for managing the network and security from different vendors.
APAC committee launched to bring passive optical LAN benefits to APAC
Member companies range from manufacturers, distributors, integrators and consulting companies across the globe.
Cisco, D-Link lead as Indian networking market sees mixed fortunes
LAN networking revenues are up, WLAN revenues are down. So who's winning the market share - and what's driving the changes?
SDN & NFV
Brocade tackles campus data demand with new offerings
New Brocade offerings add the ability to mix different switches in a single stack, offering Kiwi resellers plenty of benefits.
Data Centre Operators
Expanding Alcatel-Lucent gains shares across three markets
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, for three consecutive quarters, has outperformed the competition in the LAN, WLAN and Data Centre switching markets and has continued to gain market share.
Adversity Gaming announces fundraising LAN for Christchurch
Local gaming community does its bit for those affected by the Canterbury earthquake, with the proceeds of an upcoming LAN going to the relief effort.
A Mind of its own
Wireless printers, emailed print commands and cloud hosted print jobs – what’s to be gained from these advances in printer intelligence? We ask Canon’s Country Manager, Mike Johnston to explain the trends.
Wired for unified comms
Unifi ed communications requires a well-planned network platform to be successful.
Working the network
Over the last 20 years we have seen the positive impact of multiprotocol data networks and also voice, video and data consolidation.
The fundamentals of digital signage revolve around simple yet reliable delivery of content to one or more screens in local or remote locations – all the rest is just bling and frills that may or may not be useful.
Cloud confidence - MessageLabs cements partnership
Auckland managed service provider LANcom Technology is so confident in the future of SaaS it has formed a partnership with security company MessageLabs and has moved all its customers’ email and web security into the cloud.
The naked laptop
Naked home workers may be the stuff of fantasy, but flexible working is now a corporate reality improving staff retention and supporting corporate environmental policies.
The changing IT infrastructure management landscape
Computer systems and networks have become integral to daily business operations and any IT outage, even in a remote branch office, will invariably result in financial costs to the business.
Lose the wires and stay secure
<ul style="color: rgb(0, 0, 128);"><br /> <li>CHECK POINT</li><br /></ul><br /> For many small businesses, wireless connectivity is a double-edged sword.