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5G for Business is Here. Are You Ready?

The world’s first enterprise-grade 5G solution for business just launched in Australia and soon will come to markets around the globe. Participants in this 1-hour virtual session — part of the GSMA Thrive event — will learn why it’s imperative for network operators to start a 5G for Business practice now.

Join experts from Telstra, Ericsson, and Cradlepoint — along with 5G and Wireless WAN customers — for key information about challenges, lessons learned, best practices, and new research. Network operators can explore how to incrementally grow ARPU and hedge against the decline of traditional wired services.

This session’s topics will include:
- 5G applications that businesses are deploying to leap-frog their competitors
- Best practices from a leading wireless operator who has successfully established a wireless enterprise business
- Key 5G network capabilities that should be positioned for business customers
- The imperative components of an enterprise-grade 5G solution
Recorded Oct 27 2020 53 mins
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Todd Krautkremer & Lindsay Notwell, Cradlepoint | Pacsal Budd, Telstra | Martin Zander, Ericsson | Johna Johnson, Nemertes
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  • 5G Will Make These 5 SD-WAN Capabilities Obsolete Dec 21 2020 2:30 pm UTC 57 mins
    Cradlepoint's Donna Johnson, VP of Product & Solution Marketing and James Weaver, Senior Product Marketing Manager
    SD-WAN is showing its age. Sure it’s less than a decade old, depending on how you date it, but it was still developed in a different time to solve different problems – problems that many networks and businesses no longer face. And 5G is accelerating that change. Along with technologies such as cloud, SASE, and edge compute, and external changes to applications and workplaces, 5G is upending networks as we know them. 
     
    For SD-WAN to remain relevant, it has to evolve or be left on the scrapheap of great technologies that are no longer used. Join this event to learn about 5 things that SD-WAN vendors are selling that you may not need, and 3 critical things to look for as you move toward a 5G era.
  • Now is the Time to Consider the IT Implications of Remote Work Dec 16 2020 11:30 am UTC 59 mins
    Todd Krautkremer, CMO, Cradlepont; Lee Doyle, Principal Analyst, Doyle Research
    According to Gartner, 74% of surveyed CFOs plan to keep part of their workforce permanently remote after the COVID-19 crisis. Given remote work is here to stay for most some percent of a company’s workforce, it’s time to evaluate the long-term implications of supporting remote work on IT and the need for IT-friendly approaches.

    Mixing business and personal devices on a home network not only introduces significant security risks, it increases the cost of managing an at-home employee from an IT perspective. Controlling IT security risks and support cost starts with the network.

    Join Lee Doyle and Todd Krautkremer from Cradlepoint as we discuss the IT challenges associated with remote work and an IT-friendly approach to networking that will improve security, availability and the cost of supporting at-home users.

    In this webinar you’ll learn:
    •How IT requirements shift as work-from-home goes from temporary to permanent
    •Examine the various network approaches to enabling remote work
    •Discuss the benefits of a dedicated wireless network across the IT lifecycle
  • APAC: 5G for Business is Here. Are You Ready? Recorded: Dec 3 2020 53 mins
    Todd Krautkremer & Lindsay Notwell, Cradlepoint | Pacsal Budd, Telstra | Martin Zander, Ericsson | Johna Johnson, Nemertes
    The world’s first enterprise-grade 5G solution for business just launched in Australia and soon will come to markets around the globe. Participants in this 1-hour virtual session — part of the GSMA Thrive event — will learn why it’s imperative for network operators to start a 5G for Business practice now.

    Join experts from Telstra, Ericsson, and Cradlepoint — along with 5G and Wireless WAN customers — for key information about challenges, lessons learned, best practices, and new research. Network operators can explore how to incrementally grow ARPU and hedge against the decline of traditional wired services.

    This session’s topics will include:
    - 5G applications that businesses are deploying to leap-frog their competitors
    - Best practices from a leading wireless operator who has successfully established a wireless enterprise business
    - Key 5G network capabilities that should be positioned for business customers
    - The imperative components of an enterprise-grade 5G solution
  • How LTE Can Connect Essential Law Enforcement Technologies Recorded: Dec 2 2020 70 mins
    Cradlepoint's Kevin Johnson, Senior Partner Solutions Architect
    At all levels, law enforcement depends on fast and always-on access to critical applications and data to better protect people and property and maintain order. The latest advancements in cellular-based broadband technology offer intuitive, powerful, and scalable ways to network cruisers, stations, and connected devices.

    Join former officer and Cradlepoint network expert Kevin Johnson as he explores a variety of use cases illustrating how LTE improves the day-to-day duties that sheriffs carry out.

    Attendees will learn:

    - Where law enforcement agencies are investing in LTE deployments
    - How to outfit your connected ecosystem through a single management platform
    - The unique aspects of LTE and 5G critical to making deployment decisions
    - Tips to achieve optimal cellular performance in IoT, buildings, and vehicles


    In association with Justice Clearinghouse and The National Sheriffs’ Association
  • Emergency Services Panel: Unlocking the Power of ESN with 4G and 5G Recorded: Dec 1 2020 58 mins
    Several panelists from Emergency Services in the UK
    This online panel discussion explores how services can make the leap to ESN and unlock its full potential and benefits. It is presented by several emergency service users who have already deployed 4G in-vehicle networks across their fleets, some of whom are also now gearing up to be ESN ready. Hear first-hand what their experience has been, what in-vehicle networking has enabled for their service, and benefit from their experience and best practice advice. In addition, attendees can hear from Steve Allen, National Fire Chief Council Technical Lead, on how services can be preparing for ESN now and its application capabilities.

    Panelists include:
    •Andy Hamilton – ICT Development Support Officer, Norfolk County Council
    •Stephen Allen – National Fire Chief Technical Lead
    •Mark Fuller – ESMCP Project Manager, Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service
    •Lee Garrett – Westbase Head of Presales
    •Mark Page - Account Director, Public Sector, Cradlepoint
    •Moderated by Phillip Mason, Editor of Critical Communications Today

    Co-hosted by Cradlepoint and Westbase.io, the leading providers of 4G in-vehicle networking solutions, the session is designed to foster peer-to-peer learning for emergency services. Cradlepoint and Westbase.io have connected over 6000 emergency service vehicles in the UK to-date.
  • Multicarrier Challenges and Solutions in Mobile Public Safety Recorded: Nov 25 2020 55 mins
    James Hawk, Cradlepoint | Tim Dolan, Taoglas | Mike Gambrell, SYNNEX
    Public safety responders’ ever-growing use of connected devices shows the necessity for reliable connectivity, to ensure they send and receive critical data when most needed. What needs to be done to mitigate the risk of communication failure during emergencies?

    Join Taoglas and Cradlepoint, as they discuss the multicarrier challenges and solutions in Mobile Public Safety.
  • Beyond Wires: 5 Wireless WAN Strategies for APAC Businesses Recorded: Nov 25 2020 31 mins
    Daniel Polomka, APAC Channel Sales Lead at Cradlepoint and Foad Fadaghi, Managing Director and Principal Analyst at Telsyte
    Cloud services, IoT devices, and greater mobility are pushing businesses beyond the boundaries imposed by wired networks. Each of these are driving demand for higher availability, increased network capacity, and better operational flexibility. Wireless WANs, based on the capabilities of 4G LTE and more powerful 5G technology, should become an essential part of a company’s digital transformation.

    Learn about the business challenges and needs that Wireless WANs address, hear research-based insight into wireless connectivity in the Australian market, and discover some of the innovation that wireless network infrastructure can enable.
    This webinar will cover:
    • The evolution of WAN
    • Australian market analysis – New Telsyte research
    • 5 strategies for Wireless WANs
    • Analyst industry trends and forecast
  • 5G Will Make These 5 SD-WAN Capabilities Obsolete Recorded: Nov 18 2020 58 mins
    Cradlepoint's Donna Johnson, VP of Product & Solution Marketing and James Weaver, Senior Product Marketing Manager
    SD-WAN is showing its age. Sure it’s less than a decade old, depending on how you date it, but it was still developed in a different time to solve different problems – problems that many networks and businesses no longer face. And 5G is accelerating that change. Along with technologies such as cloud, SASE, and edge compute, and external changes to applications and workplaces, 5G is upending networks as we know them. 
     
    For SD-WAN to remain relevant, it has to evolve or be left on the scrapheap of great technologies that are no longer used. Join this event to learn about 5 things that SD-WAN vendors are selling that you may not need, and 3 critical things to look for as you move toward a 5G era.
  • Exploring Vehicle Use Cases for CBRS/OnGo and Private LTE and 5G Recorded: Nov 3 2020 16 mins
    Ken Hosac, VP, IoT Strategy & Business Development, Cradlepoint
    Private Networking with OnGo/CBRS has the opportunity to deliver significant benefits for vehicle fleets and the transportation sector. This virtual session will highlight multiple in-vehicle use cases, including a variety of applications for Private LTE through routers in airports, shipping ports, distribution, public transit, and transportation infrastructure.
  • Why Enterprise-Class 4G & 5G is the Answer to Corporate Network Transformation Recorded: Oct 29 2020 48 mins
    Graham Brooks, Strategic Account Director | Paul McHugh, Account Director Commericial | Roger Jones, Solutions Architect
    For decades, traditional MPLS was the only option to connect corporate branch environments. With those legacy networks comes a lack of choice in wired connectivity, speed and availability based on service provider metrics, and time-consuming, expensive truck rolls whenever something needs fixed.

    Today, branch networks are undergoing dramatic change that require organisations to rethink their legacy networks. Many IT professionals are currently asking themselves if 4G LTE is a viable option for branch networks, and whether or not they can trust wireless technology to keep their businesses connected and thriving.

    In this webinar, we will address a few misconceptions about wireless WAN in the enterprise, and discuss why 4G LTE is not only a practical option for your branch networks, but the most flexible, secure and reliable solution. Whether using cellular for primary, secondary, or hybrid WAN connectivity, 4G LTE plays a significant role in the modern branch network.

    What we’ll cover:
    - Traditional wired networks vs. USB modems vs. wireless 4G LTE connectivity
    - Current state of the WAN and trends in the market
    - Capabilities of 4G LTE & SD-WAN
    - Success stories from organisations in banking/finance, retail, and construction outlining use cases in pop-up networking, parallel networking, and failover.
  • 5G for Business is Here. Are You Ready? Recorded: Oct 27 2020 53 mins
    Todd Krautkremer & Lindsay Notwell, Cradlepoint | Pacsal Budd, Telstra | Martin Zander, Ericsson | Johna Johnson, Nemertes
    The world’s first enterprise-grade 5G solution for business just launched in Australia and soon will come to markets around the globe. Participants in this 1-hour virtual session — part of the GSMA Thrive event — will learn why it’s imperative for network operators to start a 5G for Business practice now.

    Join experts from Telstra, Ericsson, and Cradlepoint — along with 5G and Wireless WAN customers — for key information about challenges, lessons learned, best practices, and new research. Network operators can explore how to incrementally grow ARPU and hedge against the decline of traditional wired services.

    This session’s topics will include:
    - 5G applications that businesses are deploying to leap-frog their competitors
    - Best practices from a leading wireless operator who has successfully established a wireless enterprise business
    - Key 5G network capabilities that should be positioned for business customers
    - The imperative components of an enterprise-grade 5G solution
  • Beyond Wires: 5 Wireless WAN Strategies for APAC Businesses Recorded: Oct 15 2020 32 mins
    Daniel Polomka, APAC Channel Sales Lead at Cradlepoint and Foad Fadaghi, Managing Director and Principal Analyst at Telsyte
    Cloud services, IoT devices, and greater mobility are pushing businesses beyond the boundaries imposed by wired networks. Each of these are driving demand for higher availability, increased network capacity, and better operational flexibility. Wireless WANs, based on the capabilities of 4G LTE and more powerful 5G technology, should become an essential part of a company’s digital transformation.

    Learn about the business challenges and needs that Wireless WANs address, hear research-based insight into wireless connectivity in the Australian market, and discover some of the innovation that wireless network infrastructure can enable.
    This webinar will cover:
    • The evolution of WAN
    • Australian market analysis – New Telsyte research
    • 5 strategies for Wireless WANs
    • Analyst industry trends and forecast
  • Cradlepoint + NetMotion: Enabling connection-driven care Recorded: Oct 14 2020 73 mins
    Donna Johnson - Cradlepoint, Jay Klauser - NetMotion
    Telehealth has become a “must-have” for patients and healthcare professionals alike during the uncertain times of the COVID-19 pandemic. Before the pandemic, only 25% of consumers had used telehealth services. Now 33% say they would leave a physician who doesn’t offer telehealth.


    Telehealth and other technologies are essential for healthcare professionals to effectively do their jobs — and secure mobile connectivity underlies it all. NetMotion and Cradlepoint together ensure the best possible connected user experience for telehealth workers.


    Join Donna Johnson, VP of Product & Solution Marketing at Cradlepoint, and Jay Klauser, VP of Sales Engineering & Alliances at NetMotion to discuss the future of connection-driven care and the value Cradlepoint and NetMotion can bring your organization.
  • Now is the Time to Consider the IT Implications of Remote Work Recorded: Oct 14 2020 60 mins
    Todd Krautkremer, CMO, Cradlepont; Lee Doyle, Principal Analyst, Doyle Research
    According to Gartner, 74% of surveyed CFOs plan to keep part of their workforce permanently remote after the COVID-19 crisis. Given remote work is here to stay for most some percent of a company’s workforce, it’s time to evaluate the long-term implications of supporting remote work on IT and the need for IT-friendly approaches.

    Mixing business and personal devices on a home network not only introduces significant security risks, it increases the cost of managing an at-home employee from an IT perspective. Controlling IT security risks and support cost starts with the network.

    Join Lee Doyle and Todd Krautkremer from Cradlepoint as we discuss the IT challenges associated with remote work and an IT-friendly approach to networking that will improve security, availability and the cost of supporting at-home users.

    In this webinar you’ll learn:
    •How IT requirements shift as work-from-home goes from temporary to permanent
    •Examine the various network approaches to enabling remote work
    •Discuss the benefits of a dedicated wireless network across the IT lifecycle
  • A Closer Look: 5 Revelations from the Wireless WAN Survey Recorded: Sep 30 2020 55 mins
    Cradlepoint's Donna Johnson, VP, Product & Solutions Marketing, and Ken Hosac, VP of IoT Strategy & Business Development
    A recent survey of 499 IT decision-makers uncovered some unexpected trends in networking. While there have been prior surveys documenting how WANs are changing and SD-WAN use is growing, this is the first survey to look at the impact that cellular is having on WANs. The State of Wireless WAN 2020 is an exhaustive look at this impact and what IT professionals think about Wireless WANs, how they think their network will change as wireless use continues to grow, the relationship between SD-WAN and wireless, and the potential impact of 5G.

    Join Donna Johnson and Ken Hosac for this in-depth look at the state of Wireless WAN and 5 revelations that might impact how you approach your WAN in the future.
  • How Public Safety Can Utilize LTE During Planned Events Recorded: Sep 22 2020 61 mins
    Cradlepoint's Jason Johnston, Senior Enterprise Support Engineer and Michael Fletcher, Public Sector & Public Safety Manager
    During planned events such as parades, protests, and rallies, citizens depend on local public safety officers for a safe environment. Access to LTE allows responders to rely on mission-critical applications, devices, and constant communication in case of an emergency.

    Join this webinar to explore:

    - How reliable LTE enables immediate response and steadfast communication between an array of agencies
    - The importance of connectivity for mobile command units, surveillance and body-worn cameras, GPS, radios, and in-vehicle devices
    - The cost and time savings of centralized management of wireless edge routers
  • Staying Connected to the Critical Technologies of Modern Emergency Services Recorded: Sep 17 2020 49 mins
    Jonathan Fischer, Brian Kokkila, David Getz, Ed Mills
    The many technologies that emergency responders use to serve communities faster and more efficiently are only as strong as the connectivity behind it all. Whether riding in an ambulance or fire truck or sitting in a pop-up command center on the frontlines, reliable and flexible LTE availability is essential for sending and receiving mission-critical data.
    Hear from several emergency service leaders as we explore the latest, most important digital tools for saving lives and best practices for ensuring always-on wireless connectivity.
  • Why Wireless Connectivity is the Answer to Corporate Network Transformation Recorded: Sep 10 2020 49 mins
    Graham Brooks, Strategic Account Director | Paul McHugh, Account Director Commericial | Roger Jones, Solutions Architect
    For decades, traditional MPLS was the only option to connect corporate branch environments. With those legacy networks comes a lack of choice in wired connectivity, speed and availability based on service provider metrics, and time-consuming, expensive truck rolls whenever something needs fixed.

    Today, branch networks are undergoing dramatic change that require organisations to rethink their legacy networks. Many IT professionals are currently asking themselves if 4G LTE is a viable option for branch networks, and whether or not they can trust wireless technology to keep their businesses connected and thriving.

    In this webinar, we will address a few misconceptions about wireless WAN in the enterprise, and discuss why 4G LTE is not only a practical option for your branch networks, but the most flexible, secure and reliable solution. Whether using cellular for primary, secondary, or hybrid WAN connectivity, 4G LTE plays a significant role in the modern branch network.

    What we’ll cover:
    - Traditional wired networks vs. USB modems vs. wireless 4G LTE connectivity
    - Current state of the WAN and trends in the market
    - Capabilities of 4G LTE & SD-WAN
    - Success stories from organisations in banking/finance, retail, and construction outlining use cases in pop-up networking, parallel networking, and failover.
  • Building a Wireless Bridge — Keeping Schools Connected for Distance Education Recorded: Aug 28 2020 25 mins
    Cradlepoint's Donna Johnson, VP, Product & Solutions Marketing
    Solving the problem of Internet access is just one step toward being able to continue education safely this fall, but it is a crucial step. Cradlepoint has a range of solutions that will help you take that step easily, along with attractive programs just for education.

    This webinar will explore:

    — How to provide connectivity for students or teachers working or learning from home even if they lack broadband.

    — How to provide connectivity for students or teachers who need connectivity in public areas outside their home such as parking lots or school buses.

    — Other approaches that have been taken by school districts to bridge the digital divide and ensure that learning can continue uninterrupted.
  • Work from Anywhere: The Mission Critical Workforce Recorded: Aug 20 2020 44 mins
    Cradlepoint's Aaron Maben, Corporate Solutions Engineer and ZScaler's Rahim Ibrahim, Technology Alliances Manager
    When life gives you lemons ... As the US threatens to roll back economic re-openings, work-life will continue to be upheaved, underscoring an important truth: A distributed, mission-critical workforce requires the right technologies in place to allow work from anywhere. Introducing hundreds of vulnerable entry points across myriad consumer-class networks is challenging, which is why organizations are finding ways to extend the robust security of traditional office networks to critical employees - wherever they are working. The most effective way to replicate the office network at home is to deploy a "wireless private network" or WPN: a completely separate and corporate-controlled network at home using LTE-based Wireless. By implementing a physically separate at-home network IT can control all aspects of the network - from connectivity to reliability, security, management, and troubleshooting.

    This webinar will explore:

    - How Wireless WAN (4G/5G) and Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) allows simplified secure deployments and the ability to scale a distributed workforce

    - How to minimize business risk and completely segment and isolate work devices from employees' household networks

    - How work from anywhere expands the HR recruiting pool and negates geographic restrictions

    Join Cradlepoint and Zscaler for a visionary webinar exploring the bright future of remote work while also remaining firmly grounded in the reality of managing the risks of working from anywhere (WFX). By leveraging the Wireless WAN, including 5G, for fast, reliable, and secure connectivity and the SASE to reduce overall business risk, organizations have the opportunity to be proactive and look further ahead to new possibilities. Let's make lemonade.
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Cradlepoint is the leading provider of cloud-based wired and wireless WAN networking solutions for Distributed and Mobile Enterprises. Cradlepoint solutions provide the strongest wireless and broadband performance while delivering proven network system interoperability. Cradlepoint’s broad family of high-performance router platforms are designed for deployment in mission-critical applications that require 24x7 connectivity. With both integrated wireless and wired WAN and non-integrated versions, our solutions are ideal for distributed and mobile operations and emerging industries that require either remote connectivity or multi-WAN redundancy. Cradlepoint’s NetCloud platform enables enterprise network administrators to easily create, monitor, manage, and maintain their distributed network running on different WAN sources from a single location.

Founded in 2006, Cradlepoint has shipped over 1.4 million routing platforms and offers solutions certified and promoted by major worldwide carriers. Cradlepoint is a privately held company with headquarters in Boise, Idaho.

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