Scaling Mobile Engagement To Engage Guests Across Many Locations
"As more and more people carry smartphones with them everywhere they go, venues are turning to Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology to engage with them indoors. BLE beacon hardware enables mobile apps to send helpful, location-relevant information and also offer “blue dot” navigation to help guests easily find their way to points of interest.
In addition to a good end-user experience, a successful beacon-based mobile engagement strategy must address the demands of both marketing and IT departments — and also address industry-specific requirements.
In this video, you’ll learn how Aruba, a Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Company, addresses these needs with a holistic Mobile Engagement Solution that helps marketing keep mobile app content up-to-date and also enables IT to scale beacon hardware across many locations. We’ll explore real Aruba Mobile Engagement case studies from across the world that incorporate Aruba Beacons, Meridian-powered mobile apps, and industry-rich features. "
RecordedDec 29 201547 mins
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Attend this brief webinar to get up to the minute updates on the E-rate program and ask our E-rate experts any questions you may have. We will review important information for Funding Year 2018, such as Key Dates, Eligible Services, and USAC Announcements.
Diana Kelley | Mark Weatherford | Jon Green | David McGuire | Ashton Mozano
With major breaches exposing the personal information of hundreds of millions of Americans and disruptive ransomware attacks shaking the world in 2017, we'll examine the lessons learned from these events as a guide to shape CISO strategy for 2018.
This interactive Q&A panel with security industry experts will explore:
- The biggest threats on the horizon
- Key vulnerabilities and how to protect against them
- Measures for breach prevention, detection and response
- Which areas to focus on in 2018
- Recommendations for CISOs
- Diana Kelley, Cybersecurity Field CTO, Microsoft
- David McGuire, CEO, SpecterOps
- Ashton Mozano, CTO, Circadence
- Mark Weatherford, Chief Cybersecurity Strategist, vArmour
- Jon Green, VP and Chief Technologist for Security at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
Trent Fierro: Director of Software Solutions Marketing & Kezia Gollapudi: Product Marketing Manager at Aruba, an HPE Company
Is a cloud-managed network right for you? Several businesses are moving to cloud-managed networks to simplify and automate how they set-up and maintain their networks.
Join our webinar to discover how you can:
- Cut unnecessary time and money spent on running your network - no servers, upgrades, or bug fixes
- Run a reliable business-grade network without the complexity - no worries if you are short-staffed
- Improve user experience by tapping into analytics - get more visibility and control over your network
Attend our webinar and get a chance to experience intelligent cloud networking for yourself. In minutes, set up your evaluation kit to learn how you can easily manage and secure your network.
Simply mark in the registration survey that you are interested!
The E-rate program provides an average of $54,000 per site to install Wi-Fi on school campuses, and support is available for almost every K-12 institution in America—including charters and private schools. With the next window to apply for these funds opening soon, now is the time to plan and procure your school’s technology infrastructure purchases.
Join us to hear John Harrington, CEO of Funds For Learning, as he shares essential details and the latest information to help you successfully navigate the E-rate program, and addresses your questions throughout this live event.
Attend this webinar to learn:
What's new for E-rate in Funding Year 2018
Key timelines and deadlines
Strategies to help your schools benefit the most from this important program
Dan Rivera of Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, will also be presenting Aruba Education Solutions, sharing his expert insights on E-rate, and will be available to help answer all your E-rate questions.
Hosted by Gerri Hinkel, Sr. Marketing Manager for Primary Education
With so many users and devices on the network at any given time, universities and colleges struggle to keep up with the demand for always-on connectivity. What can you do to optimize your network infrastructure to tackle these challenges?
Join our networking experts for a webinar that will discuss how Aruba solutions:
* Provide always-on connectivity with features including RF optimization and controller hitless failover
* Secure the network and identify risk with with IoT devices pre-authentication and user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA)
* Provide deeper and predictive network insights
* Address campus wired pain points with a unified wired AND wireless solution
Michael Dickman, VP of Global PLM Campus Networking
Peter Lane, Aruba WLAN PLM
Danny Jump, Aruba ClearPass PLM
Dan Comfort, Aruba Cloud PLM
Jon Garside, Product Marketing Manager at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
Today’s businesses are embracing anywhere, anytime connectivity. But what often gets ignored is the need for secure network access control. Some are using a “laid back NAC” solution while others choose the same vendor for both security and network infrastructure. The danger of these approaches is that they give the illusion of security and compliance, but in reality leave extensive security gaps.
What is your business doing to protect your network?
•What’s on my network?
•How do I simplify mobile security?
•Can I limit mobile devices without limiting productivity?
•How do I unify internal and external security tools?
View this webinar to learn how you can improve the end-to-end security across your enterprise.
Learning is transforming! With new technology being introduced into the classroom at breakneck speeds, it may seem impossible to stay ahead of the curve. While mobile learning, collaborative environments and cloud-based apps put a higher demand on the wired and wireless infrastructure, the advent of IoT puts stress on the network like never before. With a projected 30 billion new IoT devices coming in the next three years, what do you need to do to prepare your network?
Join us to learn how Cypress Fairbanks ISD began Inventing the Future. During the webinar we will discuss:
•Creating future-ready educational environments
•Key Trends in K12
•Challenges – The Solvable, the Difficult and the Wicked
Partha Narasimhan, CTO at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
The demands on college and university networks are very different than even one decade ago. Students may have taken advantage of fast connections to share and download music during their off hours, but today, the use cases have shifted. Students now bring multiple devices to campus expecting them all to connect instantly, simultaneously, and reliably. Instructional technology, IoT supporting faculty, and other campus departments are also driving the need for increased capacity and security. With limited network down time, staffing, and budget, can your university network make the grade in supporting a mobile first campus?
Please join us, along with the University of Washington and The Ohio State University, to learn more about
•How universities are creating intelligent networks that are dynamic, secure, and automated
•What tools they are leveraging
•How actionable network insights can drive student success
- Partha Narasimhan, Aruba CTO
- David Morton, Director Networks & Telecommunications , University of Washington
- Bob Corbin, Sr. Director of Infrastructure, The Ohio State University
Aruba’s asset tracking solution allows organizations to track high value assets using their existing Aruba WLAN infrastructure and BLE-based Aruba Tags. This increases staff efficiency, reduces equipment costs and improves customer satisfaction.
Keith McKay, Network Operations Supervisor, DreamWorks Animation & Eric Johnson Director, Product Management, Aruba
With the growing demands of enterprise outdoor Wi-Fi users, customers’ expectations of outdoor Wi-Fi has gone beyond the basic network connection. Outdoor Wi-Fi deployments for small and large areas are often different and how to improve the user experience while minimizing costs has always been a concern for enterprises.
This webinar will address various outdoor use cases and their most appropriate solution; DreamWorks Animations will share their real-life outdoor deployment experience with the audience, including their unique outdoor Wi-Fi requirements, deployment challenges and their future move to enable an always-on indoor/outdoor Wi-Fi connectivity in the entire work place.
Join us to learn more about the current challenges and benefits of outdoor Wi-Fi and ways to meet the new demands and performance standards.
Trent Fierro: Director of Software Solutions Marketing at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
With the advent of the mobile workforce and IoT, it’s increasingly difficult to know who and what is on your network, how they got there, and whether or not they pose a risk to your business. Is your current security solution able to quickly detect and effectively respond when things go wrong? The answer lies in whether or not you can consolidate information from various security tools to prioritize remediation activities. Watch this webinar from TechTarget “Intelligent Threat Response and Risk Reduction for Today’s Mobile Workplace” and learn how to use data and analytics to protect your enterprise while simplifying remediation by enabling:
Jamie Chui: Senior Manager, Technology Alliances at Intel Security
Brian Beaver: Independent Consultant and Founder of Principle Logics
Trent Fierro: Director of Software Solutions Marketing at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
Nolan Greene Sr. Research Analyst, Network Infrastructure at IDC & Christian Gilby Director of Product Marketing, Aruba
As cloud, mobility, Big Data, and social business have transformed the role of technology in the enterprise, workers require access to corporate applications, customers, and data through mobile devices.
This shift requires a fundamental change in the way that networks are designed and managed – and while the technical benefits of a digital workplace may be immediately apparent, enterprises want to understand the business value associated with this network transition.
Join us as IDC and Aruba discuss how to transition to a Mobile-First Enterprise, and hear from six customers who have realized the benefits of the digital workplace, including:
•360% five-year ROI
•9 months breakeven point
•2,844 hours additional productive time per 100 users
•77% less unplanned downtime
Matthias Machowinsk, Sr Research Director, IHS Markit & Christian Gilby, Director of Product, Aruba Networks
Fundamental technology shifts are changing how we work and how businesses deliver services to their customers. Users are embracing mobile devices, IT applications are migrating to the cloud and companies are reinventing themselves through digital transformation and the Internet of Things.
In this webinar we will examine how mobility, the cloud and IoT impact enterprise access networks, and what steps network managers and business leaders need to take to ensure the right level of performance, security and extensibility to ready their networks for the digital revolution.
Who Should Attend:
IT and network managers, network architects, chief information officers (CIOs), value-added resellers (VARs) and service providers.
Key Topics for Discussion:
•Key trends affecting access networks
•New technologies that are available
•The need for ecosystems to deliver innovation
Cloud networking solutions offer a great way to manage the growing demand of high-bandwidth campus Wi-Fi when resources and funds are scarce. However, not all cloud-based solutions are equal.
Join us for a live webinar to learn what to expect from a cloud-managed network, how to avoid common pitfalls, and how to get E-rate-ready 5-year network management licensing. We will also show the benefits of Aruba’s cloud solution for K-12, along with a live demo!
Christian Gilby, Director, Aruba & Vince DiStasi, VP of IT, Grove City College
For some, the network is only a subject of conversation when there's a problem. For you, the network is a mark of success. If the network is performing well, you’re doing well; if it's not, not much is going right.
Grove City College will also join us and review the steps they took to:
•Improve Wi-Fi security and coverage
•Increase Wi-Fi performance by 50%
Join us to learn about current challenges for your network, and to discuss ways to meet these new demands and performance standards
The demand for high bandwidth WiFi on campus is growing faster than IT budgets. Schools need a better way to maximize their limited resources. Moving to an off-premise solution makes sense, but don’t get lost in the cloud with vendors that trap you with never-ending subscription fees for the life of the hardware! Aruba Central cloud solutions help you rise above the cloud with features that will help you save time and resources while delivering a simple, secure, and cost-effective way to manage your network.
Özer Dondurmacıoğlu, Aruba Global Marketing Manager
Mobile and IoT technologies are forcing business and IT leaders to rethink how they invest in IT infrastructure to take advantage of the speed of innovation. While they aim to improve GenMobile’s experience and enable operational efficiencies, they faces challenges to get the enterprise network ready.
Join this on-demand webinar to learn how the Aruba Mobile First Platform addresses these challenges with a collection of Aruba software products that turn connectivity into a rich experience for mobile users and actionable insights for business and IT.
Gerri Raye Hinkel, Higher Education Marketing, Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company
Recently released innovations in Aruba OS 8.0, ClearPass, and AirWave provide Higher Education automated and predictable operations, ease of maintenance, and increased flexibility for deploying Aruba network infrastructure. Join us to learn more about our software powered and easy to consume Mobile First platform.
Rethink enterprise networking for mobility and cloud.
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, is a leading provider of next-generation networking solutions for enterprises of all sizes worldwide. Learn about networking solutions that provide secure access from anywhere. Hear from industry experts and Aruba ecosystem partners about key topics on network performance, BYOD deployments, and cloud-based technologies.