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What is a WLAN controller (part 1)

According to the Oxford Dictionary, a “Controller” is defined as:  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...

No more controllers at California community college

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...

When it comes to BYOD, simplicity and confidence are best

Overheard during a recent customer Executive Briefing Center visit: "We need a solution that is simple and can do everything.”  Overheard at coffee shop: “Confidence is based in competence. Arrogance is confidence without competence.”  The world of mobility is changing. We see this every day. ABI Resea...

WYOD: Will wearables win out in business?

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...

Introducing Aerohive's Mobility Suite

Aerohive is pleased and proud to pave the way to Simpli-Fi as we enable our customers to take control over the mobile first workforce with our new Mobility Suite of applications and functionality that provides the control and management necessary for the entire spectrum of clients and devices.   The Ae...

How to manage mobile devices on your WLAN

In this video, Abby Strong demonstrates Aerohive's Client Management application, a cloud-enabled solution for device on-boarding and management. Client Management helps companies in supporting BYOD and corporate-issued devices on their networks, and helps transform the network into a platform for...

MDM whiteboard demo: AirWatch and Aerohive

The influx of mobile devices in the enterprise, either corporate-owned or employee-owned, has caused a critical need for IT administrators to contain and control devices in the network. Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions from vendors like AirWatch allow enterprise IT administrators to tightly...

Want an Aerohive AP? Check the Apple Store!

In this iEverything world, Wi-Fi is the primary access layer and an essential part of the user experience. Often it doesn’t matter how powerful, beautiful, or state-of-the-art the device is, if the network cannot provide reliable access to the applications that make those devices so appealing.   One...

Aerohive Wi-Fi helping schools with 1:1 and BYOD programs

Watch as Education Networks of America (ENA) discusses why it selected Aerohive's controller-less Wi-Fi over competitor solutions as the WLAN of choice when helping schools implement their 1:1 and BYOD initiatives. Aerohive is allowing ENA, an MSP that services K-12 schools, libraries and public...

Outdoor Wi-Fi transforms Harvard Square

This past spring, Harvard Square in Boston embraced BYOD and deployed Aerohive to offer free public Wi-Fi to millions of visitors. People come to the historical square for a variety of reasons and often stay awhile, checking out the many bookstores and coffee houses. Click on the photo below to hear...