Posts with tag "IoT"

Tim VanevenhovenIndustries

Designing Hyper-aware Civilian Government Facilities

In civilian government applications, the machines and applications are tailored to optimizing human activity and productivity monitoring, organizational redesign, and health and safety. Read More

Tim VanevenhovenIndustries

Hyper-aware Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance Use Cases

Innovation will hinge on a solid network foundation that supports use cases driven by IoT. Read More

Location Services Out at Sea
Tim VanevenhovenIndustries

Real-time Shipboard Location Services for Cruise Ship Guests and Staff

Enable new experiences for guests at sea such as food and beverage delivery while guests are moving aboard the ship. Read More

IoT Security – The Next Frontier for SD-WAN

With more employees working remotely, SD-WAN will continue to be the platform for connecting users securely and directly to applications wherever they reside. Read More

mtennefossSolutions

How to Advance Strategic Business Goals with IoT

At Aruba, we call the conjunction of IoT data and context “hyper-awareness,” and it provides situational awareness about efficiency, productivity, reliability, loyalty, safety, and security. Read More

mtennefossSolutions

Ride the edge-to-cloud express with Aruba IoT Transport for Azure

With the Aruba IoT Transport for Azure, your enterprise network can securely handle all manner of IoT devices and integrate them with enterprise business applications and processes. Read More

mtennefossSolutions

Securely integrating IoT devices into IT networks for back-to-work and infection...

Demand from Facilities, Operations, Compliance, and Health & Safety departments to connect IoT devices to enterprise networks has never been higher. Read More

Securing enterprise IoT devices with an advanced SD-WAN edge platform

With an advanced SD-WAN platform, enterprises can reduce the risk associated with breaches while deploying IoT devices. Read More

Automated Temperature Monitoring and Access Control Kiosks

It’s personnel: Automated temperature monitoring and access control kiosks. Read More