Wi-Fi Nostalgia Part 3: Autonomous APs
This is a third in a series about Wi-Fi dinosaurs that are now mostly extinct. As mentioned in the first Wi-Fi Nostalgia blog installment, I have been cleaning out my office and purging myself of geriatric WLAN equipment. The focus of this blog will be the 802.11 fossils...
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How band steering fixed a university Wi-Fi problem
Wi-Fi is such a new and emerging technology that there are features out there that can be contentious. I think most of us will agree that this is one of the many reasons that we find this wireless industry so intriguing and interesting.   I find that band steering, the...
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Technology adoption in the global classroom
Ever wonder how technology is used in education around the world? Fraser Speirs talks in this week's Out of School podcast with Srini Swaminathan, who changed his career path 180 degrees to work with underprivileged children in India through the organization Teach for India....
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Deploying 802.11ac won't force a wired network...
The rollout of new 802.11ac Wave 1 and Wave 2 access points is kicking up an old worry among IT managers: Is the bandwidth on the wireless side going to be so great that I need to upgrade my wired network?  The answer is still no. Really, there is no need to panic. Wireless...
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Building classroom friendly technology
As I mentioned last week, when looking at new technology, there is a set of guidelines we should follow in order to determine if new technology is 'teacher friendly' and 'classroom friendly'. This will help us avoid the mistakes of our past in the future. It promotes whole...
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Innovation in education: Listen to technology's...
A lot of schools focus heavily on feeds and speeds and miss out on the bigger picture. In this week's Out of School podcast, Bradley Chambers welcomes special guest Katrina Keene, Director of Innovation at Canterbury School where she provides leadership for not only...
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Building unique workflows with ID Manager's APIs
Last summer we released a set of REST APIs for ID Manager. Our goal is to enable customers and partners to use these APIs to create unique, tuned workflows for their environments.  One thing you may not realize is we also used the APIs ourselves. We recently released our...
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Hello tablets, good-bye Digital Whiteboards in the...
E-RATE funding season is here and it's made me nostalgic. As we make our way through 2015, you hear very little about digital whiteboards. They were a hot item only a few years ago, but things have changed thanks to the growing prevalence of Wi-Fi in schools and the rising...
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Wi-Fi Nostalgia Part 3: Autonomous APs
This is a third in a series about Wi-Fi dinosaurs that are now mostly extinct. As mentioned in the first Wi-Fi Nostalgia blog installment, I have been cleaning out my office and purging myself of geriatric WLAN...
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