An experienced partner, IAM Networks provides both unbiased guidance and unprecedented knowledge on networking across industries. Data Center Mobile Infrastructure services utilizes a life cycle approach which includes; strategy, assessment, planning, design, implementation, and management to transform your networks with innovative software-defined technologies, analytics and automation for your hybrid cloud environments. Keeping people productive — wherever they work — is critical to succeeding in today’s business environment. That’s why we’re here to help you design, implement, and manage every part of your mobility infrastructure. IAM Networks Data Center Mobile Infrastructure services architects can help you plan your mobility strategy, deploy new devices and enabling technologies, modernize workflows, establish best practices, and optimize the entire mobility life cycle. Our services save time by providing all your needs from one place. Organizations choose plans from major carriers including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon.
In a world where data is a competitive advantage, IT resiliency and data security is more vital than ever. Unfortunately, a perfect storm of mobile devices, social media, e-commerce, hybrid clouds, and the “always-on” business environment has made this challenge complex. With Data Center Mobile Infrastructure services discover how small and midsize businesses can minimize disruption from IT security threats — and confidently keep businesses up and running. Data center infrastructure must be thoughtfully designed to optimize resources, streamline operations and support continued growth. It must then be implemented as quickly and efficiently as possible with minimal disruption to production systems. Because IAM Systems specializes in infrastructure design and installation, we bring an unmatched depth of experience to every data center project. Whereas cloud was once adopted to seize opportunities that lay outside of the traditional IT environment, it’s now becoming a mainstream way to deliver a whole range of applications and business processes.
Data Center Mobile Infrastructure — Mobile Devices And Technology
There’s an exceptional range of notebooks and tablets in a variety of sizes and styles with features to fit every budget and performance expectation. Whether you’re updating notebooks across the organization, customizing mobile workstations for user groups, or selecting systems for a choose your own device (CYOD) program use Data Center Mobile Infrastructure services. IAM Networks offers an exceptional range of devices in a variety of sizes and styles with features to fit every budget and performance expectation. Shop the top-selling names in the industry including Dell, HP Enterprise, Lenovo, Samsung, Toshiba, and Apple. Streamline deployment and the integration of new mobile devices into your IT organization by leveraging our solutions and professional services. From adding more memory and imaging software to activating broadband services and special bundling, We ensure your devices arrive just as you want them — ready to be mobile. IAM Networks can also help you set up an e-procurement program that offers Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac, or both platforms.
WiFi Implementation Services
High performance wireless is the foundation for transforming business with mobility — providing employees with the tools to communicate and collaborate anywhere, any time. IAM Networks brings wireless networking to high traffic public areas such as airport terminals, convention centers, hotels, shared offices, manufacturing facilities, warehouses, auditoriums and classrooms. With Data Center Mobile Infrastructure services our enhanced authentication and security provides access to authorized users, while preventing snoops, interlopers and freeloaders with access. Additionally, our comprehensive security can confidently deploy wireless technology for use in sensitive corporate applications. End users get convenient, high-speed access, while you maintain management control and total peace of mind. IAM Networks wireless systems connect to your PCs without the hassle of cables. With a well established history in wireless communications and converged voice and data networking, IAM delivers wireless LAN solutions suited to every environment from the simplest applications to offices.
IAM Networks Endpoint-as-a-Service (EaaS) is an approach to deliver an end-user experience exceeding that of traditional fixed desktops, yet accessible from any connected device, anywhere, and at a cost per month that will underpin any business case, IAM Networks EaaS is a fully functional, fully managed hosted desktop, laptop or tablet. You can scale up, or scale down your subscription month to month, delivering true desktop on demand services. By moving your endpoint services to the cloud, you can focus on what’s important to your business and leave the heavy lifting to EaaS. Companies are wrestling with the challenge of efficiently, and securely delivering applications and desktop services, to what is becoming an ever more mobile workforce. Traditionally, applications have been installed locally on fixed desktop devices, tying users, along with their services and data to the confines of their office environment, and more specifically that one machine.
Data Center Mobile Infrastructure
Apple iPad Pro
No matter the task, the new Apple iPad Pro is up to it — and then some. It offers far more power than most PC laptops, yet is delightfully simple to use. The redesigned Retina display is as stunning to look at as it is to touch. And it all comes together with iOS, the world’s most advanced mobile operating system. The Apple iPad Pro. is everything you want modern computing to be. Now even, well, better. iPad has always offered the ultimate Multi-Touch experience. The redesigned Retina display on Apple iPad Pro sets a whole new standard. It’s not just brighter and less reflective — with Apple ProMotion technology, it’s also far more responsive. So whether you’re scrolling through pages in Safari or playing an intense 3D game, everything feels utterly smooth, fast, and immersive.
The new 10.5-inch Apple iPad Pro comes with a screen nearly 20 percent larger than the 9.7-inch model, so you get more room to do more. It also delivers a full-size onscreen keyboard, yet it’s just as portable as ever. The new Apple iPad Pro Retina display features Apple ProMotion technology, with support for a 120Hz refresh rate. So movies and videos look spectacular, while games play smoothly without distracting artifacts. Fast, it turns out, is incredibly beautiful. And however you use the display — with your finger or Apple Pencil — everything will feel more responsive. Doing more than ever will soon be easier than ever. In iOS 11, an all-new Dock makes it simple to open recently used apps and files. And when you use Slide Over or Split View, both apps will stay active so you can work with them simultaneously.
The scale and scope of the change required to unleash the full potential of 5G-capable networks is unprecedented. It requires an end-to-end transformation based on a new generation of highly agile, open, and programmable “cloud-ready” architecture that is both scalable enough to handle next-generation performance demands with extreme efficiencies and agile enough to develop and deploy new services with “push-button” ease. Verizon is an early adopter and active ecosystem partner on the path for transformation. Transforming complex networks requires a new look at both hardware and software components, and how they interoperate.
Intel technology provides the underpinnings for successful deployment, management, and growth. Virtual and SDN cloud-ready networks based on open and industry-standard infrastructure are transforming services, and greater intelligence is being extended to the network edge. Intel servers can run four primary workloads across every network infrastructure: applications and services, control plane processing, high-performance packet processing, and signal processing. Open source solutions are changing the networking landscape, playing a key role in the ongoing transformation of network architecture and deployment
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You’ve invested a lot in your desktop environment — as new devices are added to the mix, you need to be smart about using your this investment to give users what they want and need. We can help you leverage your existing assets across other devices so that you can truly enable your employees to choose the way they work. You won’t lose access to important legacy applications or data and you’ll be confident that your security, governance and compliance requirements have been taken care of. You’ll also see the return on your investment in a more productive and satisfied employee base.
Private Mobile Network
You’ve invested substantial resources in maintaining the integrity of your internal IT network. But as smartphones, tablets, modems, routers and other machine-to-machine (M2M) devices become more critical to the way your business operates, your company’s network footprint changes. You need a way to safely integrate these devices into your existing system without compromising control and management.
Private wireless networks give you a segregated private network to connect your mobile devices to. It separates your data from public traffic and provides a direct connection back to your internal network. Access to and from this network are completely within your control. And it extends your network’s reach to everywhere the private wireless network goes. Private network customer roles and responsibilities provides a set of customer guidelines of their responsibilities associated with planning, implementing, and deploying a private network solution.