Aruba Networks launches EMEA roadshow
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, October 23 - 2012 at 16:00
- PRESS RELEASE
Aruba Networks, a provider of next-generation network access solutions for the mobile enterprise, will be visiting 20 cities across Europe and the Middle East as part of its 'Mobility Matters' Roadshow 2012.
"We are in the middle of a mobility revolution - and unsurprisingly, the proliferation of mobile devices and cloud based applications have the potential to cause a Wi-Fi meltdown or security nightmare for those tasked with managing enterprise IT networks," said Chris Kozup, Senior Director, EMEA Marketing at Aruba Networks. "However, mobility creates a significant opportunity for enterprises and the efficiency gains can be infinite - if done correctly. The aim of this Roadshow is to help as many people as we can to realise these benefits and make sense of the new technologies that are changing the face of enterprise networking for the better."
Designed for IT managers, architects and engineers across any industry, each session will be packed with demonstrations that offer practical advice on the latest mobility challenges, and how businesses can exploit the latest wireless technologies to overcome these issues.
Aruba will visit the following locations throughout November and December: London, Paris, Munich, Berlin, Madrid, Stockholm, Barcelona, Rotterdam, Helsinki, Kiev, Mechelen, Moscow, Oslo, Cairo, Lisbon, Copenhagen, Istanbul, Milan, Riyadh and Dubai.
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