Duration: 60 minutes
Today, many industries rely on wireless networks, the endpoint devices accessing those networks, and access to cloud resources from those devices. All growing at an explosive rate. What happens in a hospital when a nurse relies on a tablet to access patient data or a doctor wants to look up drug interaction information, and the network goes down? What if a group of mobile checkout devices at a restaurant or retail store appears to be working fine, but can no longer access the network to reach the private cloud transaction-processing application? In these examples, availability, troubleshooting, and problem resolution time are highly critical and span the boundary of networks and endpoints.
A cost-effective and simple solution is to make the wireless endpoints themselves active participants in network management. When the device functions as a sensor to transmit connectivity and performance information back to the data center, IT administrators can use that information to identify, analyze and resolve connectivity problems. Organization's users and devices can then achieve the reliable connections and nonstop access they need. Join this panel of experts to explore how IBM is helping clients achieve improved wireless connectivity, reliability and availability.
VP, Content Services, UBM TechWeb
Product Manager, Endpoint Manager,IBM
CISA, CISSP, and CPA, Product Marketing, Endpoint Manager, IBM
Solutions Architect for Netcool Tivoli Software, IBM United Kingdom Limited