Featuring: Frost & Sullivan, CompuCom®, Hewlett Packard Enterprise®
The bring your own device (BYOD) trend may be great for employees. But for network technicians, it creates all sorts of headaches — including diminished application performance.
As applications consume more bandwidth and become more sensitive to latency, optimizing available network resources across your branch or campus has grown more critical. This challenge is the focus of our upcoming webinar, How Your Choice of Branch Networking Solution Impacts App Performance.
Topics to be covered by experts from Frost & Sullivan, CompuCom and HPE include:
In addition to presentations, the webinar will include plenty of time for audience questions. Subsequent to the webinar, participants will have the opportunity to download papers authored by Frost & Sullivan.
How Your Choice of Branch Networking Solution Impacts App Performance is the third webinar in our Hybrid Cloud Exploration Webinar Series. Learn more and watch the other webinars.
Frost & Sullivan Analyst
Lynda is vice president for the Cloud Computing program at Stratecast, a division of Frost & Sullivan. With over 20 years' of experience in the communications industry, she is a frequent speaker and contributor to technology publications. Her research areas include IT transformation; public, private and hybrid cloud; and data center infrastructure (servers, storage, and networking).
Product Marketing Manager, Aruba, A Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
Dave Chen is a Product Marketing Manager at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, a leading provider of next-generation network solutions for the digital enterprise. Dave specializes in enterprise branch and remote solutions to secure #GenMobile, a type of tech-savvy employee who relies on their mobile devices for work and personal use. Over the course of his career, Dave has held a variety of positions encompassing product, sales, and enablement at Hewlett-Packard and Aruba Networks. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a degree in Political Science.