Expert Q&A: Meraki Access PointsArraya Insights| February 23, 2021
We check in with Matt Rush, one of Arraya’s Inside Sales Engineers, to learn more about Meraki’s latest crop of access points.
How to Better Secure Your Cisco ExpresswayRaj Shanmugam| January 5, 2021
Given the current pandemic situation, the remote work culture has become our new normal. Companies that previously considered Work from Home (WFH) a perk, offered only to certain individuals, have had to open it up to a wide range of employees. Aside from the obvious upsides, this poses a few security concerns as well. So, […]
Expert Q&A: Meraki Per-Device LicensingArraya Insights| December 30, 2020
Arraya Inside Sales Engineer Matt Rush shares his unique insights into Meraki per-device licensing.
Expert Q&A: MX Security Appliance Licensing UpdateArraya Insights| December 7, 2020
Arraya Inside Sales Engineer Matt Rush reviews some of the changes that have come to the Meraki platform and Meraki licensing recently. One of the revisions Matt spotlights involves the MX Security Appliance and its applicable licensing.
Cisco and Microsoft Bring Microsoft Teams to Your Webex RoomArraya Insights| November 19, 2020
Are you a Cisco shop or a Microsoft shop? When it comes to collaboration, many organizations – Arraya included – reside somewhere in the middle. The appeal of a diversified, multi-vendor collaboration footprint isn’t lost on Cisco and Microsoft. Even though they are competitors at heart, the tech giants have a history of making their […]
SASE: What Is It and What Can It Do For You?Arraya Insights| November 16, 2020
All Posts Coined by Gartner in the summer of 2019, SASE – short for Secure Access Service Edge and pronounced “sassy” – has become one of IT’s favorite buzzwords. Sure, it’s fun to say, but the appeal of SASE is far greater. SASE technology has real potential as a solution to a set of pain points that have been exacerbated since the term’s early days, […]
Cisco ISE 3.0: Here’s What the New Release Can DoArraya Insights| November 9, 2020
Cisco released its third version of Identity Services Engine (ISE) back in September. If you are not familiar with Cisco ISE, it is an industry leading Network Access Control (NAC) system that provides security policy management and access to your network infrastructure. Cisco ISE enables you to gather real-time contextual information from the users and devices that […]
3 Operational Challenges Solved by Cisco ACI AnywhereArraya Insights| September 16, 2020
Your data is no longer hemmed in by four walls, so, why should those physical boundaries continue to define your data center? Cisco’s belief (one which Arraya shares) is that they shouldn’t and its ACI (Application Centric Infrastructure) Anywhere solution is one way to begin deleting those legacy barriers. This software-defined network offering represents a […]
Changes are Coming to Webex Meetings: Preparing Users for Version 40.9Arraya Insights| August 20, 2020
Heads up: The Webex Meetings experience is about to change this September with the release of Webex version 40.9. Despite being designed to improve the user experience, this update – as updates so often do – is bound to elicit its fair share of grumbles, at least initially. Change, after all, even when it’s for […]
Meraki Per-Device Licensing Update: What's the Latest?Matt Rush| August 18, 2020
Meraki has added a new per-device licensing model in addition to the co-termination licensing model that we have been accustomed to and have associated Meraki with. The first important point to know is that all existing dashboards will remain the same and there is nothing that is needed to be done by the end user […]