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  • Develop a Strategy for IoT and BYOD-proof Your Wi-Fi Network Develop a Strategy for IoT and BYOD-proof Your Wi-Fi Network Kowshik Bhat, Director of Product Marketing, Xirrus Recorded: May 13 2015 48 mins
    The new demands placed by BYOD and IoT initiatives are crushing the Wi-Fi networks of today. IT organizations are delicately balancing between managing business expectations and handling the challenges of technology transitions. Future-proof must be a critical evaluation criterion for all new Wi-Fi investment. Is there a perfectly designed Wi-Fi that can withstand the test of time and address the security, compliance and performance challenges posed by the new world of mobility?

    In this webinar you will learn
    • Challenges of BYOD
    • Preparing Wi-Fi for 802.11ac and beyond
    • Securing Wi-Fi for onslaught of IoT and BYOD
  • Securing Wi-Fi Networks - A System Approach Securing Wi-Fi Networks - A System Approach Kowshik Bhat, Director of Product Marketing, Xirrus Recorded: Apr 22 2015 48 mins
    Wi-Fi security attacks, hacking, stolen mobile devices – are these keeping you awake at nights? Are you surprised that Wi-Fi networks can be more secure than your wired networks? Wireless LAN has come a long way from the days of its inception with inadequate security.

    Contrary to common belief, security is not a single protocol or an appliance or an encryption. It is a system of different components working together to ensure your Wi-Fi network is secure and your confidential information is protected.

    Join this webinar to learn about

    - Advances in Wi-Fi security
    - Multi-layers approach to holistic protection
    - Controlling user and device access
    - Controlling applications
    -Xirrus security solutions
  • Easy! Fast! Myths and Realities of Wi-Fi Management Easy! Fast! Myths and Realities of Wi-Fi Management Kowshik Bhat, Director of Product Marketing, Xirrus Recorded: Feb 18 2015 47 mins
    In an age where entire buildings are moving to all-wireless for user connectivity, have wireless management tools advanced to meet the needs of IT? Are easy-to-use, zero-touch deployment, etc. mere buzz words or reality? Learn why managing WLANs requires different functionality and platforms compared to managing wired networks.
    Join this webinar to learn how new approaches are changing the way WLANs are managed.

    We will discuss:
    · Building blocks of WLAN management

    · Cloud-based management model

    · Simple checklist to effectively manage Wi-Fi
  • Managing Application Performance over Wi-Fi networks Managing Application Performance over Wi-Fi networks Kowshik Bhat, Director of Product Marketing, Xirrus Inc. Recorded: Dec 19 2014 29 mins
    iPads, iPhones, Android Tablets and Chromebooks on the network are growing leaps and bound. With nearly 25% of Internet traffic in 2014 originating from these mobile devices, IT is faced with the challenge of ensuring application performance meets the expectations of the users. In this webinar you will learn:
    - Challenges of application performance over Wi-Fi
    - Approches to delivering predictable application performance
    - Designing a WLAN for growing application demand
  • Managing Wi-Fi performance for Apple devices, Chromebooks and Android tablets Managing Wi-Fi performance for Apple devices, Chromebooks and Android tablets Kowshik Bhat, Director of Product Marketing, Xirrus Recorded: Dec 10 2014 47 mins
    In 2013, tablet shipments began exceeding desktop and laptop shipments worldwide. Employees, customers, partners, students and hotel guests rely on these devices to perform their job functions. Schools are deploying 1000s of iPads, Android tablets and Chromebooks as part of 1:1 initiatives. Is your Wi-Fi network ready to manage the proliferation of tablets? The old rules of Wi-Fi design do not apply to this new age.

    Join this webinar to learn how to manage Wi-Fi performance in the new age of Wi-Fi devices. In this session we will discuss:
    • Wi-Fi needs of iPads and tablets
    • The gap between old and new WLAN design
    • Managing the performance of low powered mobile devices
  • Cloud Wi-Fi: Simplifying the Delivery of WLAN Services Cloud Wi-Fi: Simplifying the Delivery of WLAN Services Bruce Miller, VP Product Marketing, Xirrus Recorded: Oct 21 2014 45 mins
    Cloud technology is transforming the way IT services are delivered and managed. To meet rapidly changing requirements and effectively address competitive pressures, organizations are demanding agile IT services. Cloud Wi-Fi, deployed as a public cloud or private cloud, gives IT the choice and service agility to deploy and manage wireless from anywhere and on-demand. Industry analysts are projecting Cloud-managed Wi-Fi growth at significant rates. Why is cloud managed Wi-Fi becoming so popular? Can Cloud-managed Wi-Fi unleash the power of mobility for your business?

    In this session you will learn about:
    - Differences between traditional and Cloud-managed Wi-Fi
    - Benefits of Cloud-managed WLAN
    - Key deployment considerations
    - Xirrus Cloud Wi-Fi solution
  • Simplifying Network Through the Cloud Simplifying Network Through the Cloud Bruce Miller, VP Product Marketing, Xirrus; Kowshik Bhat, Director, Product Marketing, Xirrus Recorded: Oct 10 2014 3 mins
    Cloud is taking every aspect of IT, including network. In this short video, hear about best practices on designing and building your network in the cloud and ensuring optimal deployment.
  • Prepare your WLAN for Common Core Testing Prepare your WLAN for Common Core Testing Kowshik Bhat, Director, Product Marketing, Xirrus Recorded: Oct 3 2014 37 mins
    Every facet of 21st century common core education, whether it’s inquiry-based learning or adaptive instruction and assessment, is tightly integrated with technology. While Common Core education and testing is proudly ushering in a new era of digital curriculum and assessment, it’s also creating new challenges for technologists and other personnel responsible for implementation. Wi-Fi is becoming the main connectivity choice in the classrooms and ensuring WLANs can support the common core testing standards is critical for students learning and grades. In this webinar you will learn

    Challenges of implementing Wi-Fi for common core
    Common design mistakes schools make
    Key Wi-Fi considerations for successful common core testing
  • Understanding and Mitigating Wi-Fi Risks and Threats Understanding and Mitigating Wi-Fi Risks and Threats Perry Correll, Senior Technologist, Xirrus Recorded: Sep 23 2014 46 mins
    Today, a wireless network designed properly is widely considered equal to or in many cases more secure than most deployed wired networks. However no single device, feature, or protocol can protect your wireless or even a wired network, it will require a comprehensive approach.

    This is accomplished by applying multiple layers of security through mechanisms such as authentication, encryption, client classification and access, and IDS/IPS (intrusion detection and intrusion prevention services) the wireless network can be assuredly secured. Designed correctly, a wireless solution can provide a level of service with the ability to ID and classify users, securely protect data as it traverses the network, and also monitor the surrounding RF environment for threats.

    The audience will learn about key wireless security issues and mechanisms including:

    - Wireless Security Myths vs. Reality
    - Controlling user access
    - Securing communication across the air
    - Addressing BYOD with Device Identification and Control
    - RF Monitoring for wireless threats
    - Designing Secure Wi-Fi Networks with a Xirrus solution
  • Designing a Wi-Fi Network for the World of BYOD Designing a Wi-Fi Network for the World of BYOD Bruce Miller; Kowshik Bhat, Xirrus Recorded: Sep 17 2014 4 mins
    As the world going mobile, bring-your-own-device (BYOD) is becoming an integral part of every organization. While providing a plethora of benefits for the employees, it has the potential to negatively impact organizations if their networks are unprepared.

    BYOD can quadruple the number of devices on the network, which can cause it to slow down significantly and hinder the productivity of employees and the business overall. When enabling business applications on devices, performance becomes especially critical.

    View this video to hear more on the impact of BYOD on the networks and hear more on:

    - How should wireless networks be designed to support the transition from 2.4GHz to 5GHz devices?
    - How does device optimization work in a BYOD environment, with a myriad of unique mobile devices hitting a WiFi network unpredictably?

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