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Satisfying Your Customers

3 Things Retailers Need to Know About Networking Technology

by Jennifer Ramstrom | 12.20.16

The retail industry is undergoing a rapid transformation as stores are being forced to evolve into “brick-and-click” operations that meet the demands of today’s mobile phone-wielding customers, make the most of their physical location and the internet, and embrace the networking technologies that best-fit their operations. The retailers that survive these far-reaching business challenges are the ones that can learn to adapt to these quickly changing times.

Without further ado, here are three of today’s most important networking technologies that retailers should consider adding to their digital toolkit, if they haven’t already.

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Shopping with Smartphone in Retail Store

The retail industry is widely adopting cloud computing, with its investment in cloud technologies skyrocketing from $4 billion in 2011 to an estimated $15 billion last year, according to a recent Accenture report. Like the banking and manufacturing industries, retailers are recognizing the transformative role of cloud computing in today’s digital world.

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Cyber Security

It's National Cyber Security Month: Are Your Employees Prepared?

Tips and Advice on Practical Security Measures

by Stephen Nardone | 10.05.16

As more connected devices are used to get business done remotely and in the office, IT leaders are challenged with keeping those devices secure. Practicing these safety tips will help their users become better online citizens.

Keep Patches Up to Date
Any machine that is connected to the Internet is vulnerable to viruses. There’s a chance that anything your employees plug into their computers could be carrying malicious code, so use security software and always scan for threats. 

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Wi-Fi for Mobile Devices

Heads Up, Phones Down!

A Look Behind the Scenes of Public Space Wi-Fi

by Tim Allen | 04.15.16

It’s been a little while since my last article, giving me some time to think about our “constantly connected world” and the interesting changes new technologies have brought to our daily lives (not to mention affecting my own behavior, possibly to my detriment).

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Wi-Fi Network

Wi-Fi at Work

Start with a Site Analysis for Your Best Chance at Success

by Stephen Nardone | 02.25.16

As the workplace shifts from wired to wireless, what’s the secret to building a robust and secure enterprise Wi-Fi infrastructure? All Wi-Fi network planning should start with a wireless site analysis.

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