Tuesday, January 20, 2015 by
The Suburban Library Cooperative
is like many
governmental agencies that have consolidated services and IT
support in order to save costs and leverage staff. The Cooperative
consists of a group of 24 libraries across three counties in the
state of Michigan. The libraries had been using off the...
Wednesday, January 14, 2015 by
What happens when you throw 100 startup companies in the same
office space and they work solely over a wireless network? Well,
for starters (no pun intended!), they turn to Aerohive and leave
Cisco behind, relying on a company that not only gets wireless
infrastructure, but deeply understands the...
Wednesday, January 7, 2015 by
Many organizations face the demands of providing comprehensive
mission-critical wireless coverage, often across multiple office
locations, within a tight budget and managed by a nimble IT team.
The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
challenges with a network that was end-of-life and...
Wednesday, December 31, 2014 by
Many schools initially built Wi-Fi for convenience over
capacity, and Lamar County School District
in Mississippi was
no exception. When the Director of Technology needed to meet
requirements for BYOD and density, it became quickly apparent that
the District needed to move away from the controller...
Tuesday, December 9, 2014 by
It's one thing to recognize your infrastructure needs some
updating, and it's an even different challenge to set up robust
Wi-Fi in Mexico, where even finding a reliable Internet provider
can admittedly be an enormous obstacle. So when Colegio Cristóbal Colón (CCC)
, a PreK-12 school
Wednesday, December 3, 2014 by
When one of the largest community colleges in the nation
required enterprise Wi-Fi, Montgomery College
turned to Gartner Group for some
insight. On top of undertaking a major rollout and upgrade of the
existing wireless, the College needed a complete solution with the
ability to easily segment...
Wednesday, November 26, 2014 by
When global advertising and PR agency Havas France
centralized its operations and moved to
its Paris headquarters, it needed a new Wi-Fi
Check out this short video to hear Havas France CIO describe the
transformation in mobility and the reasons the company went with a
Thursday, November 20, 2014 by
Similar to many school districts across the nation, Franklin Public Schools
was facing the requirement to
move to online testing by the 2014-2015 school year. If that wasn't
enough, the Massachusetts-based District also built a brand-new
300,000 square foot high school and rolled out a 1:1 program...
Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by
Jeff Davis County Schools
is a primarily rural
school district based in Hazlehurst, Georgia. Faced with aging
infrastructure and the requirement to meet online testing and 1:1
state goals, the District began evaluating vendors who could offer
robust Wi-Fi with intuitive network management. As more...
Thursday, November 6, 2014 by
When a large school district in Indiana rolled out a 1:1 laptop
initiative at its high school, the IT team soon realized the
existing controller-based Cisco solution was not going to make the
grade. Logansport Community School Corporation
realized in order to meet its goals for digital learning...