Aruba’s annual Partner Awards took place at ANZ Atmosphere 2016 on the Gold Coast last week. It was an exciting event, discovering and celebrating the many ways in which new technologies are shaping the future of mobility and networking.

Innovation as the Standard 

Since its commercialisation in the early 1980’s, Ethernet has proven to be a remarkably enduring and adaptable family of networking technologies. First conceived by Bob Metcalfe and David Boggs of Xerox PARC in 1973, its adoption was rapid, and by the early 1990s it had effectively become the go-to solution for high-speed large and wide area…

A recent report from Unit 42, Palo Alto Networks threat intelligence team, highlights that ransomware is not a single family of malware, but a criminal business model. The threat is growing, and attacks are showing ever greater levels of sophistication.

The notion of being able to shape and scale the resources of your IT infrastructure dynamically and on-demand to meet specific use cases and workloads isnt entirely new. Its a common selling point presented by hybrid or public cloud IaaS platforms such as AWS and Azure, for instance. HPE themselves began talking about adaptable infrastructure almost fifteen years ago, with the appearance of the…

Technology never stands still. In our industry there is endless commentary and speculation about future trends, with such predictions playing a major part in business decisions. In this article, we go back about 5 years – to the end of 2010 – to review what was being predicted for the years to come…

There is nothing more frustrating than undertaking mission-critical work and having your Internet suddenly slow to a crawl. Even if your Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) is configured appropriately, you may find your wireless throughput and capacity dramatically affected by interference – especially as you add capacity and latency-sensitive applications into the picture.

Clearly, it’s…

Catering to dense wi-fi environments, Aruba’s new ultra fast 320 series 802.11ac Wave 2 Access Points (AP’s) offer the highest performance, security and reliability.

Gartner predicts that by 2018, 75 percent of workers in large organizations will interact with video more than three times daily.

As…