Using Cisco Application Visibility and Control (AVC), network administrators can manage network application performance by setting up a wireless policy to prioritize, control, and bring visibility to the BYOD applications traversing their network.
There are many challenges IT managers face on a daily basis. As the number of user devices and the business, personal and collaborative applications continue to grow, these challenges only make the job of an IT manager harder.
Today’s networks support a mixed use of guests, employees and vendors. Without classifying and prioritizing applications on the network, employees risk losing productivity and response time to critical applications that they use.
Imagine what goes through the mind of an IT administrator who is responsible for getting a handle on device and application growth and usage on their network:
- Is a guest downloading movies using Bit-Torrent – in other words, stealing valuable airtime away from my mission-critical applications?
- What are my top users and applications?
- Can I prioritize business-class applications and de-prioritize the applications such as Netflix?
- Do I need more Access Points?
So how is Cisco AVC going to help on your wireless network access points?
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Sr. Solutions Engineer
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