A wireless network can pose a threat to any company. WiFi signals extend way farther than the walls of our offices, and thus a hacker with simply a strong antenna can easily connect to a company’s WiFi from the outside. Once a hacker finds a way into the company’s network, file shares without protection or computer accounts that have easy to figure out passwords become an easy pathway for access to other sensitive information.
Forbes recently reported that small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) have seen 2x revenue and 8x job creation based on their adoption of mobile technologies. They also found that employee mobility led to a 23% increase in productivity and 30% better processes. Need more convincing? Check out the following stats and learn why a solid mobility architecture should be a critical part of your digital transformation strategy.
As more corporate applications and data are being accessed via employee devices, cloud connections, and IoT, it’s no surprise that more cyber-attacks are being aimed at networks and the devices connected to them. Recently, network attacks hit one-third of executive devices. Hackers even created a new attack, the Mirai botnet, which leverages digital cameras, DVD players, and other IoT devices to launch sustained DDoS attacks – a weapon that was used to crash the websites of companies such as Twitter, Dyn, the Guardian, Netflix, CNN, and more. And of course, there's the WannaCry cyberattack that compromised thousands of Windows computers just this month.
CRN recently touted Aruba's recently announced "Mobile First" strategy and open API platform. CRN queried industry partners for insights, including Versatile, an Aruba Networking Partner of Year. They spoke with our CEO, John Barker.
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The Ledyard Public School System, a rural district with six schools in Connecticut, recently turned to Versatile to develop a solution to improve its wireless and LAN capabilities. Versatile worked together with Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, to bring Ledyard's wireless capabilities up-to-date and help the school system stay ahead of the technology curve for its 2,400+ students.
Versatile Wins "2016 East Area Networking Partner of the Year" Award at Aruba Atmosphere 2016 Conference!
Earlier this month, Versatile was recognized as a Top Channel Partner by HP Enterprise and Aruba at the closing ceremony of the Aruba Networks Atmosphere Conference. Versatile was awarded "2016 East Area Networking Partner of the Year."