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  • Radio Resource Management (RRM) is a feature that automates access point (AP) power and channel configuration. Most enterprise and mid-market Wi-Fi infrastructure providers have this feature, and Wi-Fi engineers are divided on whether or not RRM is beneficial and/or trustworthy, given the extremely diverse range of deployment models and RF environments. In today's market, network stability, dependability, and low TCO are paramount. This presentation takes a comprehensive look at RRM, providing attendees with both immediately useful and longer-term reference information.

    Join NetScout and Devin Akin as we deep-dive on this controversial topic.

    Devin Akin is the founder of Divergent Dynamics, a Wi-Fi Systems Integrator, Value-Added Reseller (VAR), and Training organization. Akin has over 20 years in IT, with 15 years in WLAN specifically, and was recently named to the TWW Top 100 Wireless Technology Experts list for 2014.
  • This webinar explores the key challenges faced by UC, voice/video, and networking teams that are responsible for delivering high quality communications in Contact Centers. We will demonstrate how NETSCOUT’s nGeniusONE platform provides a single monitoring solution with a holistic view of UC deployments that includes voice, video and data services, empowering IT teams to assure the availability and quality of UC services in Contact Centers.
  • PoE simplifies and reduces installation costs as only one cable needs to be installed, supplying both data and power. This can be useful in older buildings where it’s not easy to install additional power for powering devices that may be ceiling or wall mounted, such as cameras and wireless access points. Devices that typically use PoE are security cameras, access points, and VoIP phones.
    Join this session and learn best practices for configuration and setup of PoE as well as how to troubleshoot the most common problems you might run into.
  • With a plethora of tools on the market for network monitoring and troubleshooting, it can be difficult to compare them against your needs.
    In Part 1 of this series, Mike Pennacchi, will review the 5 key monitoring functions to analyze and why they matter to both wired/wireless, including:
    - SNMP
    - Netflow
    - Packet analysis
    - Active Test
    - 2.5/5 GHz analysis

    Using this information, you will be better prepared to assess your network management needs and how to select the best tool set for your needs.
    Part 2 will review the most frequently used solutions and how to identify gaps in your analysis coverage.
  • Validation of network connectivity can be challenging as IT professionals have to understand more technologies from legacy Wi-Fi to newer ones like 802.11ac. Over the air performance can be affected by wired issues, or RF interference as just a few examples.

    This webinar will give frontline technicians suggested best practices for troubleshooting both wired and wi-fi issues, and discuss a case-study addressing this problem using the OneTouch AT Network Assistant.
  • The business benefits of technology refreshes include reduced operating costs, IT efficiencies, end-user productivity gains, improved performance, reliability and uptime. But they require accurate inventory, planning and time.

    Dan Klimke, product manager, will discuss the top 3 common pitfalls and how to avoid them when planning and implementing an infrastructure refresh.
  • Troubleshooting for wireless, especially 802.11ac, requires a complete review of both the wireless and wired side of the network. In this two-part series, Mike Pennacchi, expert network analyst and troubleshooting consultant with Network Protocol Specialists, will discuss best practices and considerations for troubleshooting wireless network issues. Each session is 30 minutes long.

    In this session, Mike Pennacchi, will build on the basics session and discuss:

    - Device discovery
    - Infrastructure analysis
    - Monitoring network traffic
    - Tools recommendations

    Attend this session and evaluate your readiness to troubleshoot wireless/wired issues.
  • Troubleshooting for wireless, especially 802.11ac, requires a complete review of both the wireless and wired side of the network. In this two-part series, Mike Pennacchi, expert network analyst and troubleshooting consultant with Network Protocol Specialists, will discuss best practices and considerations for troubleshooting wireless network issues. Each session is 30 minutes long.

    Part 1 – Wireless Network issues: the basics of discovery

    Whether you have implemented 802.11ac or are dealing will general wireless issues, Mike Pennacchi will review:
    - What you need to consider
    - Discovery tools
    - Traffic capture and analysis

    Attend this session and get a good start on preparing to resolve wireless/wired issues.
  • Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, Devin deep dives on how to properly design for One AP per Classroom. He has accepted the challenge of putting this highly controversial topic to bed, once and for all. But, in a shocking twist, Devin has decided to approach this topic from the opposite side of the table from his widely acclaimed white paper, co-authored with Keith Parsons. Attend this very technical webinar to learn if and how "One AP per Classroom" can be ‘done right.’ You won’t want to miss this one.

    Devin Akin is the founder of Divergent Dynamics, a Wi-Fi Systems Integrator, Value-Added Reseller (VAR), and Training organization. Akin has over 20 years in IT, with 15 years in WLAN specifically, and was recently named to the TWW Top 100 Wireless Technology Experts list for 2014.
  • Most enterprises rely on their network to deliver excellent performance for their critical revenue generating applications, but in healthcare it’s about more than just a sale. It’s about delivering excellent patient care throughout the visit. IT is a crucial part of that care cycle and any delays in medical records, imaging, or poor Wi-Fi performance can mean the difference between a quick diagnosis and having to do things the “manual” way.

    In this webinar on-demand you will learn:

    • How both enterprises and healthcare institutions are taking control of poorly performing applications, tackling slow Wi-Fi and maintaining visibility as services move to the cloud
    • Making informed bandwidth and capacity decisions to both reduce cost, and deliver that next level of care
    • Key steps to gaining the visibility you need, as well as hear real-world success stories from healthcare institutions

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