All in Product

Imagine the scene. One of your colleagues enters the office, logs in and sees an alert from their Mac, stating that updates are available. Your colleague blithely accepts the device and, happily goes to fetch a coffee. Imagine the scene. One of your colleagues enters the office, logs in and sees an alert from their Mac, stating that updates are available. Your colleague blithely accepts the device and, happily goes to fetch a coffee. Imagine the scene. One of your colleagues enters the office, logs in and sees an alert from their Mac, stating that updates are available. Your colleague blithely accepts the device and, happily goes to fetch a coffee. 

However, this everyday and seemingly innocuous action can create havoc for everyone else on the network. The image above shows the results.  The bottom of the screen clearly shows the iOS update consuming almost 10 Mbps, during valuable business hours. In this case, packet loss soared to 2% and jitter also increased. This caused significant network congestion, disrupting network performance for everyone else and affecting their ability to perform their tasks.