Aruba was acquired by HP, which then split into two companies, but this puts Aruba in a better position to ride the BYOD wave, argues its top exec.
Although companies say retaining and attracting talents is their biggest challenge, most of them are unwilling to change to tackle this issue, according to Talent Corporation Malaysia Bhd (TalentCorp) chief executive officer Johan Mahmood Merican.
According to a study conduct by Deloitte, millennials now make up 50% of the global workforce. Their expectations are vastly different from those of previous generations, and HR departments need to change.
The launch of the Apple Watch heralds the transformation of BYOD into BYOX. Aruba Networks’ James Chia looks at how businesses can accommodate #GenMobile’s adoption of wearables, while still staying in control.
Singapore Management University (SMU) has boosted its network to support wireless access for up to 99% of its entire city campus using technology from Sunnyvale, California-based Aruba Networks Inc.
Aruba Networks Inc has unveiled Aruba Mobility-Defined Networks, a new architecture for IT departments to build an all-wireless workplace designed for improved #GenMobile job satisfaction and productivity.
A survey of the new breed of employees dubbed #GenMobile found that the majority have a tendency of working non-traditional work-hours and in flexible workplaces, and own three or more connected devices (59%).