Distributed workforces. More IoT devices. Operational complexity.
There’s already too much data for manual systems to handle and identifying and diagnosing connectivity issues takes up to 70% of IT’s time.
The organization demands speed, but securing remote workers and monitoring so many IoT devices is time consuming.
Multiple, siloed network management tools increase complexity and risk. Unify remote, branch, campus, and data center connectivity by converging the management of wired, wireless, and WAN networks onto a single cloud-native platform.
What’s your biggest worry?
How can you support hyper-distributed edge environments with an increasingly remote workforce, the rapid growth of IoT connected devices, and still provide secure connectivity to services hosted in the cloud and data centers?
Organizations are deploying new IoT and cloud services to maximize space, streamline processes, and improve agility. But these technologies pose challenges for networks and new devices, apps, and data will overtax legacy infrastructure and operations. Join our webinar to get actionable steps to be ready.
Networks will continue to play a pivotal role in delivering new digital experiences to customers, employees, and guests. But increased network complexity, aging hardware, and rising TCO will hinder businesses outcomes. Aruba can help.
Bring cloud-like agility to your network with Aruba Central
Single point of control
Provision, configure, and maintain networks from a single cloud-native dashboard. Central provides end-to-end orchestration and automation for the entire network – from branch to data center, wired and wireless LAN, to WAN.
Detect and resolve issues before users notice them. AI-powered insights, alerts, and troubleshooting help IT solve problems 90% faster and fine-tune settings with ease, so the network keeps business running at peak levels.
Strong security, minus the complexity
Protect users and networks by replacing static VLANs and ACLs with policy-based automation, advanced threat intelligence, and AI-based device profiling. Ensure users have reliable access, no matter how or where they connect.
Deploy and consume your way
Deploy in the cloud, on-prem, or as a managed service, with simple subscriptions and flexible financing that make it easy to align technical and staffing requirements to your budget.
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Evhen Farmiga of The Walt Disney Company discusses the importance of invisible technology for immersive guest experiences.
Save A Lot, one of the largest discount grocery store chains in the U.S., is deploying an Aruba ESP-based network to support a technology transformation initiative across its entire organization. By rolling out the Aruba infrastructure in its St. Louis, MO headquarters, 13 wholesale distribution centers, and nearly 1,000 retail stores, Save A Lot will enable more modern, mobile- and cloud-first environments.
"For us in IT, current events have not only proven our network infrastructure to be as resilient, flexible and scalable as we'd hoped, but also demonstrated the importance of working with a networking company that puts its customers' needs first."
"With Aruba and Aruba Central, our infrastructure can scale smoothly and seamlessly worldwide. Overall, we’re only scratching the surface and look forward to taking our networking platform to the next level."
George Hurtado, Director of Global IT Infrastructure, KEMET Electronics Corporation