You are a savvy, experienced, and well-rounded Configuration Manager administrator servicing a large estate with many branch/satellite locations both large and small. You work with your leadership to maximize IT value potential to the business and ensure agility by using an alternate content provider rather than buying or leasing more and more servers to use as distribution points. You looked at the choices and chose 1E’s Business Prioritized Network and Server Reduction solution set along with accompanying Windows Software Deployment technology, NOMAD.

Besides the reduction in distribution point servers, you can now start distributing content… well, anytime. You are reassured in knowing 1E’s Business Prioritized Network solution means you never have to worry about CM overtaking WAN bandwidth availability thanks to a key feature, Reverse QoS. This allows for the business traffic to take priority and for CM content traffic on the WAN to be managed dynamically.

Your company is going the way so many others are in this day and age of everything digital: moving away from running wired connections wherever possible to fully embrace the ever emerging changes in its employees’ desires to be far more mobile. To this end, it is deploying Secured Wireless access to the company headquarters as well as the other branch and satellite offices.

So how will 1E’s solution play in this highly wireless based environment? Take a look at our newest whitepaper which addresses what types of wireless scenarios exist (specifically lightweight access points) along with the systems management considerations you need to make.

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Brent Hunter
Brent is an EMEA Solutions Engineer at 1E, based in our London office. Brent has been working with Microsoft technologies for almost 20 years, specialising in client-side solutions and ConfigMgr.