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Connecting, Securing & Scaling IoT: 2018 Trends of the Digital Transformation

The rapid, ongoing growth of IoT is opening exciting new opportunities for seeing, measuring, controlling, and profiting from actions that take place within enterprises. In fact, 69 percent of organizations have adopted, or plan to adopt, IoT solutions within the next year, according to Cradlepoint’s new State of IoT 2018 report.

That said, there’s a vast divide in the world of enterprise IoT between what businesses say they believe and how they plan to act.

Join Ken Hosac, VP of IoT Strategy at Cradlepoint, for a live webinar on Dec. 20, 2017, at 8am PT, to explore brand-new data from the State of IoT 2018 report.

Webinar attendees will gain knowledge about:
— IoT perceptions & infrastructure preferences
— IoT adoption & implementation trends
— Solutions & best practices
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    What Attendees Will Learn:
    •How digital transformation, national public safety broadband networks,
    and 5G are driving mission-critical LTE connectivity.
    •How MiFi, single modem routers, and dual-modem routers solutions
    compare for law enforcement applications.
    •About the applications of network security and the impact of cloud-
    managed networks.
    •Real-world uses cases.
    •How accessible in-vehicle wireless connectivity can be for agencies.
  • The Rise of Wireless WAN Recorded: Mar 12 2019 41 mins
    Donna Johnson, VP of Product and Solution Marketing, Cradlepoint
    The ongoing progression from 4G LTE to Gigabit-Class LTE and 5G for enterprise networking has made one fact clear: The rise of wireless WAN is here. Among those surveyed in IDG and Cradlepoint’s new 2019 State of the WAN Report, the average organization has 2.7 types of LTE endpoints. In fact, 77 percent have LTE endpoints for branch locations, 68 percent for IoT devices, 51 percent for fleet vehicles, and 50 percent for pop-up networks. Nearly a quarter — 22 percent — of respondents have all these endpoints.

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    Join Donna Johnson, vice president of product and solution marketing at Cradlepoint,, for a live webinar to explore the changing role of wireless WAN in the enterprise, as well as what Gigabit-Class LTE and 5G can do for the future of network connectivity.
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