Migrating your application to the cloud

There are broadly four approaches for cloud migration that have been taken effectively by vendors, which is normally alongside their existing on-premise business.

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How free Wi-Fi makes people happy – and more productive

Staying “up to date” with customers in small business waiting rooms now means much more than rotating out past issues of magazines. A recent survey by Bredin Research showed that providing free Wi-Fi goes much further than offering reading materials, candy or water.

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Five ways Wi-Fi builds a better business: Keep your customers and employees happy

Not much is better than chocolate, but when it comes to creating a workplace environment that sets employees up for success and makes patrons feel welcome, there is one clear winner: Wi-Fi.

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The network admin’s dilemma: Balancing security and productivity in the age of BYOD

Managing a corporate network, with the myriad of attached devices and Internet-facing facets is a daily compromise. It’s a delicate balancing act between legitimate access and opportunity for malicious exploit. Unfortunately finding that balance is only going to get harder.

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The perils of BYOD: Security implications and how to combat them

The mobile revolution has had wide-reaching effects on how businesses operate. But one of the most complex developments for those in charge of a company’s IT provisions is the growing popularity amongst employees of using their own kit, which has come to be known as bring your own device (BYOD).

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Layers and latency: Configuring your network for best performance

New networking generations, and the frequent revolutions in broadband performance, are always stated in terms of bandwidth. But raw throughput is not the whole story of network performance.

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The impact of the cloud on your network

The impact of the cloud on your network, part 1: Infrastructure

The cloud has been on the agenda for some years now, so much so that even the government has gotten in on the act with its G-Cloud initiative. Web services are rapidly moving over to become virtual applications running on flexible cloud-based systems.

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The Business Benefits of WiFi

WiFi has evolved from a “nice-to-have” to a critical investment for businesses of all kinds. Businesses that offer WiFi access to visitors are seeing higher sales and customer satisfaction, while WiFi at the business drives employee productivity and collaboration.

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The "Why" Behind WiFi: How Deploying WiFi is Good for Business

WiFi capability is everywhere. Built into practically every laptop, tablet and smartphone, it offers a convenient, inexpensive way to stay connected and productive from any location from a small coffee shop to a large airport.

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Boston’s JP Licks Serves up WiFi Access Along With Homemade Ice Cream and Coffee

Creating a positive, friendly atmosphere has always been at the core of JP Licks’ corporate culture, and with wait times on the rise, the ice cream parlor decided to offer free WiFi to provide a reason for patrons to stick around.

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