Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise news stories - Page 2
ALE drives OpenTouch into wider SMB and hotel market
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise says it's enabling resellers to better capitalise on the SMB opportunities with new enhancements to its OpenTouch suite.
Alcatel-Lucent ups wireless performance with new Wave 2 access point
ALE has debuted a new 802.11ac Wave 2 access point designed to improve wireless performance in networks with growing number of mobile devices.
Nexon rolls out cloud offering with Palo Alto security
Nexon Asia Pacific says it has quickly onboarded customers to its new Agile Business Cloud, thanks to Palo Alto Networks enterprise security platform.
ALE expands cloud services reach with Nexon deal
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise has signed Nexon as an enterprise cloud solutions and services partner - with more to come.
BYOD / Bring Your Own Device
BYOD and UC&C adoption shows no sign of slowing down
In recent years, BYOD has blossomed in the consumer space and proceeded to move steadfastly into professional settings, disrupting the traditional wor
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise launches new Ethernet switch range to help SMBs
A new series of Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Gigabit Ethernet switches have been designed to help SMBs adapt to new communications and technology.
How cloud is disrupting the traditional business model
Cloud is changing the way businesses buy and use technology, and disrupting the traditional business model.
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise dials up Enablis to drive cloud comms
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise and Enablis have joined forces to expand cloud business services in Australia.
Alcatel-Lucent urging partners to ‘think differently’
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise ramps up its local cloud services strategy and introduces co-opetition, new verticals and innovative commercial models.
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise to resellers: Think differently
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise is urging partners to 'think differently' as the vendor ramps up its local cloud strategy to take on the big guns.
Pros and cons of moving your telephony to the cloud
Every vendor will talk about the flexibility of their systems; most, however, do not provide truly customised services.