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Datrix Reinforces Commitment to UK Public Sector with RM3808 Network Services 2 Award

Datrix, a leading supplier of smart and secure networking and communications solutions, is delighted to announce that it has been awarded a place on the Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) RM3808 Network Services 2 framework.

Topics: LAN Procurement Networking Wireless Government Procurement Public Sector Network Services 2 RM3808

What Does 2016 Hold For The Networking Industry?

Extreme Networks and its partners tells us what they think 2016 will bring to the network industry.

Device trends such as BYOX (bring your own anything) has fuelled a high volume of devices in the workplace which has created complexity for the IT department who are in charge of managing the network in which these devices connect.

Topics: LAN Networking Wireless Extreme Networks

The NHS’ Green Drive and the Role of the Network – Paperless, Paper-light or Paperweight?

By 2018, NHS trusts will need to be paperless, or, at the very least, paper-light. With a number of trusts still heavily paper based, concern is growing that this target is unattainable.

During last year's Autumn Statement, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt announced an extra £1.7 billion NHS funding to support and modernise the delivery of frontline care, plus an extra £1 billion over four years for new primary care infrastructure to make healthcare services more accessible. However, to access this funding, hospitals must provide assured plans showing how they will be more efficient and sustainable in the year ahead and deliver their commitment to a paperless NHS by 2018.

Topics: Network Analytics LAN Analytics Healthcare Purview

Gartner Recognition for 'Visionary' Extreme Networks

The release of Gartner’s most recent wired and wireless magic quadrant marked a significant and (hopefully) lasting turning point for Extreme Networks. Extreme, who have not featured prominently in recent iterations, found themselves to the far right of the ‘visionary’ sector. In fact, only HP, bolstered by the recent acquisition of Aruba, found themselves placed farther right on the ‘completeness of vision’ horizontal axis. Extreme, it seems, are finally getting the recognition they so deserve.

Topics: LAN Wireless Extreme Networks