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Brandeis University Selects Aruba S3500s Mobility Switches to Unify Wired and Wireless Access Networks

Aruba Networks today announced that Brandeis University is in the process of a campus-wide instillation of Aruba S3500 Mobility Switches. Brandeis made this decision after rigorous head-to-head testing and production network use of a variety of options.
In addition to benefitting from Aruba’s network switch and router, Brandeis intends to use the Aruba Mobility Access Switch together with their existing wireless controllers to transform their edge into a single continuous access layer.

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Housatonic College Sees Possible Computer Breach

Housatonic Community College says a security breach has exposed about 87,000 records of confidential faculty, staff and student data to potential misuse.

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Texas A&M at Galveston Deploys Exinda to Optimize the Total Student Learning Experience

University Achieves Network Harmony Across Student Social and E-learning Applications

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Exinda Slashes Bandwidth Consumption at Georgia Southern University

University Chooses Exinda to Cache Video Traffic and Assure Fair Application Access for 22,000 Students and Staff

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Aruba Demonstrates AirGroup™ -- a New Capability for Enabling Plug and Play Network Services across Enterprise and Educational Networks

Aruba Networks, Inc. today announced the demonstration of AirGroup, a new capability which identifies access network users’ individual roles and their locations, to make plug and play network services like Apple’s AirPrint and AirPlay available to their mobile devices across enterprise networks.

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College of the Holy Cross Selects Aruba Networks’ MOVE Architecture, Unifying Wired and Wireless Access

Aruba Networks, Inc. today announced that the College of the Holy Cross had replaced its existing 802.11 a/g wireless network with a new 802.11n wireless network based on the Aruba Mobile Virtual Enterprise (MOVE) architecture. The college has also deployed Aruba’s S3500 Mobility Access Switches to enable unified policy enforcement across both wired and wireless networks.

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Aruba Networks Introduces the First BYOD Solution to Securely Provision and Onboard iOS, Android, Mac OS X and Windows 7 Mobile Devices on Any Network

Aruba Networks, Inc., today introduced Aruba ClearPass, an access management system designed to simplify and automate the secure provisioning of mobile devices on any enterprise network. The Aruba ClearPass solution is designed to enable IT organizations to both drive down mobility services management costs and rapidly scale to address the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) phenomenon.

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City College of S.F. Tells FBI Of Computer Viruses

City College of San Francisco officials have informed the FBI that computer viruses with origins in criminal networks have been found on campus computers, but say they have yet to find a single victim whose identity has been stolen.

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HP Virtualizes Storage for California State University to Support Scholastic Research

HP today announced that California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) selected HP P6000 Enterprise Virtual Arrays (EVA) to deliver around-the-clock data access to its students and faculty, as well as increased storage capacity in support of scholastic research applications.
CSU Monterey Bay’s purchase of the HP EVA represents the 100,000th unit sold since the product family’s inception in 2001.

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