The toughest challenges IT teams face with a remote workforce
- Delivering the in-office experience at home is difficult.
- Applying consistent security controls can be tricky.
- Consumer-grade access points make help desk calls more difficult to resolve.
- New solutions rarely work right out of the box.
The Aruba work from home solution in 3 easy steps
Connect with confidence
IT ships an Aruba access point to the employee’s home; the employee plugs it in, downloads a configuration from the cloud, and they’re ready to go.
Secure the network
Centrally managed access credentials and Zero Trust Security that maps directly to corporate policies.
Managed from the cloud
Visibility, control, and AIOps assisted troubleshooting from anywhere.
Components of Aruba’s remote work solutions
Aruba access points are automatically configured, so employees just plug them into any existing Internet connection and they’re ready to go.
ClearPass looks at each connection, and uses device and user context to simplify the authentication process, while allowing for certificates instead of passwords, rules based on the devices being used, and even the user’s location.
By extending an enterprise Aruba network into the home, Aruba Central or Aruba AirWave allow IT admins to look at and monitor Aruba APs for an improved help desk experience.
When dedicated access points are not an option, Aruba VIA is easy to roll out, and is a cost-effective solution for your workforce—whether connecting on private or public networks.
Calculate your cost savings
By reducing initial deployment overhead, as well as ongoing support and user downtime, Aruba Remote Access Points deliver a compelling ROI. To get an idea of your potential savings, adjust the calculator to your current or expected number of remote users.