Solutions | Aruba Networks

By: Aruba Networks  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Network Access, Access Privileges, Network Resources

Mobile users and devices are on track to outnumber desktops, and enterprise networks are moving rapidly from wired to wireless as the primary way to connect.

Users expect secure, reliable, and consistent access to network services, regardless of their location or their mobile device. At the same time, the IT organizations that are responsible for the network infrastructure are under continued pressure to do more with less.

These are the dynamics that have prompted Aruba to introduce the next-generation network access architecture – the Aruba Mobile Virtual Enterprise (MOVE).

Aruba MOVE™ unifies disparate wired and wireless access methods into one cohesive access solution – for traveling business professionals, remote office workers, corporate headquarters employees and guests. Access privileges are based on user identity, and this dictates the type of network resources each person is entitled to.

With Aruba MOVE, the entire enterprise workforce has consistent, secure access to the appropriate network resources based on who they are – no matter where they are, what device they’re using or how they’re connected.

Keywords: Access Privileges, Network Access, Network Resources

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