Thursday, August 14, 2014 by
Note to readers: I’m writing a series about iBeacon. This is a
good first post in the series, explaining why it’s important, and
trying to blend it in with "wireless expertise."
Over its history, Wi-Fi
has continually reinvented itself so that it is
intimately related to many
other developments in...
Wednesday, August 13, 2014 by
Today's corporate networks are becoming increasingly
complex. With increased mobility and Internet usage, virtualized
applications, cloud services, data backup from distributed sites,
and security and application updates, the network handles more
tasks than ever before.
The growing number of network...
Friday, August 8, 2014 by
In this connected age, the newest threat facing
enterprises isn’t the fastest, most fabulous new smartphone or the
coolest powerful laptop.
in your employees’ pockets,
the smart light fixtures, or even the badge access
More and more devices are connecting to...
Tuesday, June 10, 2014 by
is a fantastic global event that simultaneously
sparks great rivalry and togetherness, and while we embrace the
magnificent atmosphere that is created in the office, at school,
etc., organizations must consider the impact
that user behavior can have
on the network during this time.
Wednesday, April 30, 2014 by
of 2014 marked two years into my Aerohive Wi-Fi deployment
and I wanted to take
a moment and recap some of the things I've learned along the
1) Aerohive Provides a
Future-Proofed Wi-Fi Architecture
The first time I learned about controller-less Wi-Fi
, I immediately knew that
it was the only...
Thursday, April 24, 2014 by
With the adoption of mobility
accelerating in schools, classrooms
are undergoing major transformations in their Wi-Fi
Empowered by mobile devices connected to the school network,
students and faculty continue to stay engaged outside of school
hours. This transformation is having a huge impact...
Monday, March 10, 2014 by
According to the Oxford Dictionary, a “Controller” is defined
Therefore, a wireless LAN controller is a device that
directs or regulates traffic on the wireless network and is sold by
WLAN controller vendors.
So why does this device exist on WLAN networks and not in a
switch or router
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 by
Fresno City College
was the first community
college in the state of California and the second community college
to open in the nation, so it could be said it has had to reinvent
itself from time to time, and its Wi-Fi
solution was no exception.
The college recently refurbished and renovated...
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 by
Overheard during a recent customer Executive Briefing
Center visit: "We need a solution that is simple and can do
Overheard at coffee shop: “Confidence is based in
competence. Arrogance is confidence without competence.”
The world of mobility is changing. We see this every
Thursday, February 6, 2014 by
You'd have had to be locked in a broom cupboard to
miss the buzz around The Consumer Electronics Show
(CES) in Vegas this
January. Despite being a B2B man through and through, it never
fails to grab my attention. Every year it unveils dorky
never-to-be-seen-again robotic innovations, and a treasure...