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  • 5G Connectivity & Security: Critical for the Growth of IoT
    5G Connectivity & Security: Critical for the Growth of IoT Roger Billings, Global Solutions Architect, Cradlepoint Recorded: Jun 7 2018 50 mins
    5G isn’t just a trendy buzzword. For enterprises and organizations everywhere, 5G has vast potential to expand what’s possible — especially for IoT.

    With IoT deployments popping up everywhere and 5G rollouts right around the corner, organizations can take advantage of new opportunities ranging from very high-density IoT to augmented reality and real-time video to provide new services and gain competitive advantages. Many use cases that already are thriving with 4G LTE are poised for even greater performance, reliability, and cost-efficiency once 5G arrives.

    Join Cradlepoint’s Roger Billings, Global Solutions Architect, for a live webinar on June 7, 2018, at 9 am PT. You’ll explore the opportunities, challenges, and solutions surrounding 5G and IoT connectivity, security, and management.
  • Smart Cities Start with Secure, Pervasive Wireless Connectivity
    Smart Cities Start with Secure, Pervasive Wireless Connectivity Todd Krautkremer, CMO, Cradlepoint Recorded: Jun 6 2018 63 mins
    As citizens become more connected and dependent on cloud applications, mobile interactions, and IoT devices in their everyday lives, the expectation rises for how they want municipal infrastructure and services to operate. They expect WiFi access on mass transit, connected parking, digital signage and wayfinding, more intelligent traffic management, convenient kiosks instead of long lines for public services, and rapid response when it comes to police, fire, and other emergency services.

    At the same time, local government agencies are under pressure to upgrade infrastructure, expand services, improve responsiveness, and modernize customer experience, all while grappling with higher costs and shifting population demographics. These forces are driving municipalities to embrace Smart Cities initiatives, which start with secure and pervasive wireless connectivity.

    Join Cradlepoint on June 6, 2018, at 12 pm PT for a live webinar on the “state” of Smart Cities. Learn how municipalities around the U.S., and the world, are meeting the challenge of rising citizen expectations, services reinvention, accelerating service delivery, and reducing costs by deploying a foundation of pervasive wireless networks that connect people, places, and things across the city.
  • Enterprise Networks of Tomorrow: The Impact of 5G
    Enterprise Networks of Tomorrow: The Impact of 5G Lindsay Notwell, Cradlepoint & Jim Hodges, Light Reading Recorded: Apr 30 2018 60 mins
    4G LTE caused a tipping point where wireless connections, now faster than wires, became a legitimate enterprise-grade WAN source. Since then, enterprises have leveraged this technology to make money, save money, and create competitive advantages for themselves. 5G promises exponential improvements to 4G in many ways through leveraging advances in distributed computing at the edge.

    In this webinar on April 30 at 9 a.m. PDT, Lindsay Notwell, Cradlepoint’s SVP of 5G Strategy and Global Carrier Operations, will explain these changes, discuss the pathway to 5G, highlight significant milestones along the way, and explore how this will impact service delivery and security for enterprise networks. Learn what’s hype and what’s not, when to expect what, and how best to prepare for the next generation of communication technologies.
  • SDN Strategies for IoT Security
    SDN Strategies for IoT Security Ken Hosac, VP, IoT Strategy & Business Development; Brandon Ashey Infrastructure & Security Manager Recorded: Apr 24 2018 62 mins
    The potential for widely distributed IoT devices to streamline operations is vast, but so are the security implications. From branch sites and vehicles to M2M and IoT deployments in the wild, IoT is creating the biggest attack surfaces that IT teams have ever seen.

    Mirai botnets, WannaCry, and other well-publicized incidents illustrate the breadth of today’s IoT threats, which are too prevalent and advanced to address with traditional security tools. Many organizations are recognizing the need for software-defined, policy-based security solutions that isolate IoT devices and protect organizations' most valuable data — regardless of the WAN source.

    What Attendees Will Learn:
    — IoT security challenges
    — Best practices for mitigating IoT security risks
    — How Software-Defined Perimeter technology is changing the way IoT networks are secured
    — How to create a perimeter-secured overlay network for IoT devices in about 5 minutes

    Who Should Attend:
    — Network administrators who need IoT security options that can be deployed and managed from anywhere
    — CIOs interested in saving reducing costs, man-hours, and complexities surrounding IoT security
  • Your Future WAN is Wireless, Why Wait?
    Your Future WAN is Wireless, Why Wait? Todd Krautkremer, CMO, Cradlepoint Recorded: Apr 19 2018 60 mins
    In 1997, the world was introduced to 802.11 “WiFi” and within a couple of years, it became a business networking staple. At the time, few would have foreseen that WiFi would become the dominant way we connect at home, work, and play today. As more of what businesses connect to is in the cloud, and more of what they are connecting is outside the office, 4G LTE is quickly becoming the next wireless revolution for connecting people, places, and things. This time, the revolution is in the WAN.

    Just like the evolution of the 802.11 WiFi standard, which is on the cusp of 802.11ax, the world of LTE has evolved significantly since it was first deployed less than a decade ago. Today, cellular providers are already rolling out Gigabit LTE with plans to launch 5G in several other U.S. cities mid-year. Any business contemplating a refresh of their WAN in support of cloud and digital transformation initiatives needs to be thinking about the role of 4G LTE and 5G services. If history is our guide, your future WAN will be wireless.

    Challenges driving next-gen WAN requirements:

    • Branch continuity as more traffic is cloud and Internet bound

    • Combined wired and wireless connectivity to accommodate growing
    bandwidth requirements

    • Accommodating the growing number of WAN endpoints outside the
    branch

    • Edge security and overall management implications

    Cradlepoint is an industry leader in edge solutions for 4G LTE and 5G enabled networks. With the help of Spiceworks, Cradlepoint conducted a survey of over a hundred enterprise IT decision-makers in North America to assess the pervasiveness of 4G LTE within enterprise WANs today and uncover some misconceptions.

    Join Todd Krautkremer, CMO at Cradlepoint, for a live webinar on April 19th, 2018 at 9:00 am PT to learn about how organizations are leveraging 4G LTE within the enterprise, WANs today, and the role advanced 4G and 5G wireless services will play in next-gen, software-defined WAN strategies.
  • Protecting IoT Devices & Networks From Cyber Crime
    Protecting IoT Devices & Networks From Cyber Crime Cradlepoint's Ken Hosac, VP of IoT Strategy and Business Development, and Brandon Ashey, Infrastructure and Security Manager Recorded: Mar 21 2018 60 mins
    The potential of widely distributed IoT devices to enable new business opportunities, streamline operations, and reduce costs is vast, but so are the security implications. With IoT playing an increasingly big role at branch offices, within vehicles and in the wild, larger attack surfaces are giving IT teams more to worry about than ever before.

    Well-publicized attacks such as Mirai botnets and WannaCry grabbed headlines, but they're just the tip of the iceberg. IoT threats are becoming too prevalent and advanced to address with traditional security tools. Now is the time for software-defined, policy-based security solutions that isolate IoT devices and protect organizations' most valuable data - regardless of the WAN source.

    Join Cradlepoint's Ken Hosac, VP of IoT strategy and business development, and Brandon Ashey, infrastructure and security manager, for a live webinar on March 21, 2018, at 9 am PT. Learn about IoT security challenges and best practices for mitigating risk, including Software-Defined Perimeter technology that creates micro-segmented device-to-cloud overlay networks that are completely cloaked from other networks.
  • Optimizing Network Connectivity & Management for K-12 Education
    Optimizing Network Connectivity & Management for K-12 Education Ed Walton, VP, and Roger Billings, Global Solutions Architect Recorded: Mar 15 2018 51 mins
    Schools today require not only better education for tomorrow's leaders and cost-saving efficiencies, but always-on connectivity from their network solutions. This is becoming apparent as modern instructional practices have evolved with digital advancements such as digital textbooks, flipped classrooms, online testing, and cloud-based tools designed to enhance teaching methods.

    With these changes comes the need to find affordable, easy to manage solutions for applications such as school bus WiFi, physical security, digital signage, network resiliency, and a myriad of other applications to help schools meet the changing needs of students, teachers, and the community.

    Join Ed Walton, VP of the North Central, and Roger Billings, Global Solutions Architect at Cradlepoint, for a live webinar on March 15th, 2018, at 9:00 am PT and learn more about solutions for optimizing network connectivity for K-12 education.

    Webinar attendees will learn about:

    - The benefits of LTE connectivity in the classroom
    - How WiFi on bus fleets helps students complete homework & tames bad behavior
    - How to ensure network access is secure & CIPA compliant
    - Always-on connectivity with reliable LTE failover for testing & administration
    - Single-pane-of-glass cloud management for ease of use & network efficiencies
  • All-in-One Enterprise-Class Mobile Networking
    All-in-One Enterprise-Class Mobile Networking Cradlepoint's Todd Krautkremer, CMO, and Jake Smith, Product Manager for Network Security Services Recorded: Feb 27 2018 57 mins
    Bringing the benefits of Software-Defined WAN To LTE mobile networks for first responders, transit operators and other fleet-based organizations, Cradlepoint announced this week its all-inclusive solution services for mobile networking. This is the third major product announcement from Cradlepoint under its new NetCloud Solution Packages services model.

    First responders, transit operators, utility crews, and insurance disaster teams - as well as many other organizations that depend on distributed field forces and fleets to deliver products, provide services, and get work done - need reliable and secure mobile networks with always-on 4G LTE connectivity including seamless communication through the new FirstNet emergency service. They need their people and passengers to access mission-critical applications and the Internet from anywhere, and to keep data flowing from onboard telemetry, sensors, surveillance cameras, and other devices. However, managing and securing these roving communications hubs has become a challenge for IT teams, since traditional mobile solutions fall short in providing the enterprise-class visibility, security, and control capabilities of fixed branch networks.

    Join Cradlepoint's Todd Krautkremer, CMO, and Jake Smith, product manager for network security services, for a live webinar on Tuesday, Feb. 27, at 9am PT. They will discuss mobile networking challenges and opportunities and introduce a new NetCloud Solution Package for mobility that includes the COR IBR1700, NetCloud services - including NetCloud Manager and NetCloud Perimeter- and comprehensive 24x7 support.

    Replacing multiple standalone "boxes" with an all-in-one mobile networking solution, the IBR1700 is designed for installations within a wide range of vehicles, including police, fire, ambulance, and other first responder vehicles; tractor-trailers; school and metro transit buses; light-rail and commuter trains; river and coastal ships; and mobile command trailers.
  • IoT Devices for the Enterprise: The Key Roles of Design, Testing & Security
    IoT Devices for the Enterprise: The Key Roles of Design, Testing & Security Expert panel including Ken Hosac, VP of IoT Strategy, Cradlepoint Recorded: Feb 14 2018 62 mins
    IoT devices aimed at the enterprise space serve a wide variety of purposes and must designed, tested and deployed in ways that address the unique needs of businesses.

    Unlike large-scale, consumer-oriented IoT offerings, enterprise IoT devices must be differentiated to serve specific industry needs as well as provide enterprise-grade availability, security and reliability — but still maintain relatively low cost.

    As businesses seek to gain new insights and efficiencies by leveraging the internet of things, RCR Wireless News looks at what enterprises need to know to make the IoT work for them.

    Presenters:
    — Kelly Hill, Editor, RCR Wireless News
    — Derek Kerton, Principal Analyst, Kerton Group
    — Ken Hosac, VP, IoT Strategy & Business Development, Cradlepoint
    — Mike Eftimakis, IoT Product Manager, Arm
  • Deploying Easy, Secure IoT
    Deploying Easy, Secure IoT Todd Krautkremer, CMO, Cradlepoint Recorded: Feb 8 2018 58 mins
    Cradlepoint announced all-inclusive solution services for IoT networking that include Software-Defined Perimeter technology for secure device-to-cloud connectivity. This is the second major product announcement from Cradlepoint under its new NetCloud Solution Packages services model.

    Organizations of all sizes are deploying IoT solutions to enable new business opportunities, streamline operations, and reduce costs. Cradlepoint’s Elastic Edge™ vision provides a blueprint for next-generation IoT networks that deliver pervasive wireless connectivity, cloud-like scale and agility, and edge extensibility — together with the visibility, security, and control that IT requires.

    The new COR IBR200 4G LTE router, part of the company’s recently launched NetCloud Solution Packages for IoT, extends the benefits of Cradlepoint’s Elastic Edge to even the most cost-sensitive use cases, including kiosks, vending machines, ATMs, digital signage, and remote sensors. This new packaging and service model simplifies the way customers buy, deploy, manage, and evolve their Cradlepoint IoT networks, facilitating rapid deployment, time-to-value, and customer success.

    In addition to the operational savings represented by the new all-inclusive NetCloud Solution Packages for IoT offerings, the new COR IBR200 router option is also equipped with a medium-speed 4G LTE modem that allows customers to take advantage of low-cost IoT/M2M data plans.

    Join Cradlepoint's CMO, Todd Krautkremer, and the Product Management Team for a live webinar on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018, at 9 a.m. PT to learn more about the NetCloud Solution Packages for IoT and how each package — available in 1-, 3-, and 5-year terms — is tailored to the unique requirements of IoT and combine essential NetCloud service capabilities, including NetCloud Perimeter security, with lifetime-warranted COR Series hardware, and comprehensive 24x7 support.

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