Thursday, April 10, 2014 by
BCS (Baggage Control Services) Group
knew it needed to
do something about its wireless solution. Having an ad hoc network
in place across its global offices was causing major headaches and
increasing costs for the international supplier
of end-to-end solutions for the aviation industry. BCS was in...
Tuesday, March 18, 2014 by
is a large healthcare provider
with 15 hospitals and more than 160 clinics across seven different
states, so refreshing its network was a big undertaking. As a sole
Cisco shop, it did not have the flexibility and manageability it
required, and realized it needed to make a change and...
Wednesday, March 5, 2014 by
When the IT team at Horry County Schools in South Carolina was
spending half the day trying to solve wireless issues, they knew it
was time for a change. Moving away from a controller-based network
was a big decision for a school district bigger than the state of
Rhode Island with over 38,000...
Wednesday, February 19, 2014 by
Northwest Community Credit Union
facing unreliable connectivity and insufficient bandwidth on its
network. Across its 18 branches in the Pacific Northwest, the
credit union experienced a large increase
in the number of devices on its network, and was often losing
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 4, 2014 by
The City of Morgan Hill
, California faced numerous
challenges with its wireless network because of a large increase in
mobile devices across its six city-wide campus locations. Besides
urgently needing to upgrade to an enterprise-class solution, it was
up against a restricted IT budget and limited...
Thursday, January 30, 2014 by
Elwood Union Free School District
in New York
turned to Aerohive to when it needed a more reliable and robust
. The School District had
recently transitioned over to Google Apps for Education,
a 100% cloud-based environment, and this put a strain on the
school’s existing Wi-Fi...
Friday, January 24, 2014 by
Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, the Santa Clara County Library District
more than three million annual visitors and began having bandwidth
and connectivity issues with its Wi-Fi. The IT team recognized a
new solution was needed to support the over 600 devices connected
to the network...
Thursday, January 23, 2014 by
is a financial provider serving members in the
Pacific Northwest, and chose Aerohive
to replace and upgrade its existing
Wi-Fi. Because of a dramatic increase in devices at the company in
a matter of months, the existing solution wasn't able to meet its
Thursday, January 16, 2014 by
The British School of Brussels
(BSB), an international
school for students from age 3 to 18, had an existing Wi-Fi
network. However, it needed an enterprise-class wireless network architecture
that was reliable and built to scale with the growing needs
of the school
. As part of the school's...