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Secure Network Access for BYOD, Guest Users and IT-Owned Devices
NETWORK-ACCESS | RUCKUS Cloudpath Enrollment System
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
  • Product Brand: RUCKUS®
  • Product Type: Secure network access system
NETWORK-ACCESS | RUCKUS Cloudpath Enrollment System
  • Product Brand: RUCKUS®
  • Product Type: Secure network access system
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
Infographic

Five Ways To Increase Wired And Wireless Network Security

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eBook

Seven Network Access Security Risks And How They Can Lead To A Data Breach

White Paper

Does Your Method for BYOD Onboarding Compromise Network Security?

RUCKUS Cloudpath Enrollment System Product Overview

This on-demand webinar provides an overview of Cloudpath Enrollment System, the RUCKUS SaaS/software product that delivers secure network access for any user, and any device, on any network.

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Cloudpath Enrollment System–Guest User Onboarding

This video demonstrates the end-user network onboarding experience for a guest user with Cloudpath Enrollment System.

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Cloudpath Enrollment System–Internal BYOD User Onboarding

This video demonstrates the end-user network onboarding experience for an internal BYOD user with Cloudpath Enrollment System.

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ESG Webinar–Does Your Method for BYOD Onboarding Compromise Network Security?

In this webinar, ESG (Enterprise Strategy Group) Sr. Analyst and Practice Director Bob Laliberte discusses network access as an underestimated point of vulnerability within enterprise IT environments.

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Forest Hills Public Schools

Forest Hills School District uses RUCKUS Wi-Fi to connect more than 10,000 students and staff. And with Cloudpath Enrollment System, students securely onboard their devices with intuitive self-service workflows.

  • Case Study: Blackpool and the Fylde College

    Blackpool and the Fylde College uses RUCKUS Cloudpath Enrollment System to simplify wireless connectivity in support of the college’s mission to become a college of digital learning.
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  • Case Study: Victor Central School District - Digital Learning Goes Districtwide

    Victor Central School District (VCSD) is a suburban school district located approximately 12 miles outside of Rochester, New York. The district serves 4,500 students from pre-K through 12th grade and has 600 of staff. Dealing with an aging network, VCSD needed to future proof its infrastructure.
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  • Case Study: Fairfax County Public Schools - Embracing BYOD via Cloudpath Enrollment System

    Shelton saw an opportunity to extend the educational use of technology beyond district-owned assets and onto student-owned devices. The potential benefits to this new model, which became known as Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD), were numerous. Technology would no longer be something hidden off in a lab; it would be in every student’s pocket. The educational use of technology would no longer be time-boxed by class periods, and the availability of such technology would no longer be limited to the district’s IT assets. In essence, the educational experience would be available anytime, anywhere on any device.
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  • Case Study: Forest Hills Public School District - Provides a Secure and Reliable Network, Cloudpath delivers BYOD security

    Building the wireless classroom requires reliable 802.11ac Wi-Fi to boost student achievement. The deployment consists of close to 1,000 indoor APs throughout the district. The Ruckus R500 family of APs (2x2:2 802.11ac) were deployed in the secondary schools, the H500 family of APs (wall-mounted 802.11ac) were placed in smaller areas such as offices and the R700 family of APs (4x4:4 802.11ac) were placed across the elementary schools.
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  • Case Study: District of Mission - Networking Made Easy Through Single Pane of Glass

    Equipment management at the vDistrict of Mission in British Columbiawas labor-intensive, and security was difficult to administer. It was a static environment that couldn’t keep up with increasing Wi-Fi demands. With Ruckus, IS not only has an easier to manage and more secure network, but a platform to explore smart city initiatives going forward.
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  • Case Study: Summit Public Schools - Elevating The Classroom Experience With End-to-end Networking

    Reliable, high-performing Wi-Fi is becoming a necessity both inside and outside the classroom. Students are carrying more devices, aided by the schools themselves, which now are providing not just books and binders, but laptops and tablets. All those devices need to be well-connected for digital learning to work. But great connections aren’t enough—it’s essential to have a secure device authentication in place, too. Summit Public Schools was struggling with this very challenge. Devices constantly had to be re-authenticated to the network; this slowed down learning initiatives. The IT department needed something better.
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  • Case Study: Blackpool and the Fylde College

    Blackpool and the Fylde College uses RUCKUS Cloudpath Enrollment System to simplify wireless connectivity in support of the college’s mission to become a college of digital learning.
    Download
  • Case Study: Victor Central School District - Digital Learning Goes Districtwide

    Victor Central School District (VCSD) is a suburban school district located approximately 12 miles outside of Rochester, New York. The district serves 4,500 students from pre-K through 12th grade and has 600 of staff. Dealing with an aging network, VCSD needed to future proof its infrastructure.
    Download
  • Case Study: Fairfax County Public Schools - Embracing BYOD via Cloudpath Enrollment System

    Shelton saw an opportunity to extend the educational use of technology beyond district-owned assets and onto student-owned devices. The potential benefits to this new model, which became known as Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD), were numerous. Technology would no longer be something hidden off in a lab; it would be in every student’s pocket. The educational use of technology would no longer be time-boxed by class periods, and the availability of such technology would no longer be limited to the district’s IT assets. In essence, the educational experience would be available anytime, anywhere on any device.
    Download
  • Case Study: Forest Hills Public School District - Provides a Secure and Reliable Network, Cloudpath delivers BYOD security

    Building the wireless classroom requires reliable 802.11ac Wi-Fi to boost student achievement. The deployment consists of close to 1,000 indoor APs throughout the district. The Ruckus R500 family of APs (2x2:2 802.11ac) were deployed in the secondary schools, the H500 family of APs (wall-mounted 802.11ac) were placed in smaller areas such as offices and the R700 family of APs (4x4:4 802.11ac) were placed across the elementary schools.
    Download
  • Case Study: District of Mission - Networking Made Easy Through Single Pane of Glass

    Equipment management at the vDistrict of Mission in British Columbiawas labor-intensive, and security was difficult to administer. It was a static environment that couldn’t keep up with increasing Wi-Fi demands. With Ruckus, IS not only has an easier to manage and more secure network, but a platform to explore smart city initiatives going forward.
    Download
  • Case Study: Summit Public Schools - Elevating The Classroom Experience With End-to-end Networking

    Reliable, high-performing Wi-Fi is becoming a necessity both inside and outside the classroom. Students are carrying more devices, aided by the schools themselves, which now are providing not just books and binders, but laptops and tablets. All those devices need to be well-connected for digital learning to work. But great connections aren’t enough—it’s essential to have a secure device authentication in place, too. Summit Public Schools was struggling with this very challenge. Devices constantly had to be re-authenticated to the network; this slowed down learning initiatives. The IT department needed something better.
    Download