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      Intro by Joel Vincent, Aerohive Director of Product Marketing   The Bloggers   Bradley Chambers (user), Director of Information Technology at Brainerd Baptist School Bradley Chambers has been the Director of Information Technology at Brainerd Baptist School since 2009. At BBS, he manages an Apple...

WLAN Buyer's Guide Part 4: Using the RFP process

This blog is the final post in a four-part series that will walk you through the “whats” and “hows” of making successful Wi-Fi network deployment decisions.  By Rich Watson Using a Request for Proposal (RFP) process is an excellent way to articulate your WLAN operational requirements and cost targets...

Five things a WLAN must do (WLAN Buyer's Guide pt 3)

This blog is the third in a four-part WLAN Buyer's Guide series and will walk you through five things a wireless LAN must do. By Rich Watson The combination of the iEverything explosion with the speed and reliability of 802.11ac has created a compelling case for Wi-Fi as the primary access...

WLAN Buyer's Guide Part 2: Architectural Considerations

In order to make a viable WLAN purchase decision, knowledge of a growing list of success requirements is crucial. No longer is the WLAN just a convenience but an absolute necessity for business success in today’s fast paced world. The following will provide you with a list of...

Wireless LAN Buyer's Guide Part 1: Things to consider

This blog is the first in a four-part series that will walk you through the “whats” and “hows” of making successful Wi-Fi network deployment decisions. By Rich Watson Businesses are finding it increasingly important to provide a “mobile” work environment. Associates in all market segments (retail,...

How will the Internet of Things impact schools?

By Richard Watson We get told by the pundits to brace ourselves for the impending tsunami that is IoT (Internet of Things) and the logical response to that warning is: What does it mean to me? If you are in the education space and juggling a Wi-Fi network and an exploding number of mobile devices, the...

How to configure your WLAN for quiet clients behind mesh link bridge

By Tim Ruda, Customer Support Engineer at Aerohive Networks Based on popular demand for answers to configuration questions, here is another FAQ-style blog with some helpful info for Aerohive best practices. Today's blog gives additional configuration details for quiet clients behind a mesh link...

How to configure Aerohive APs & Microsoft Network Load Balancer

By Tim Ruda, Customer Support Engineer at Aerohive Networks Based on popular demand for answers to configuration questions, here is another FAQ-style blog with some helpful info for Aerohive best practices: When integrating a server cluster using a Microsoft NLB (Network Load Balancer), considerations...

Internet of Things ...

 By Philip Keeley, Principal Systems Engineer at Aerohive Networks Colleagues often ask why I still work for Aerohive - I have been known to move on when the technology elsewhere becomes more exciting - but the IoT (Internet of Things) has just made Aerohive more relevant than ever before. There are...

EHR and Wireless: A bond you cannot break

By George Kyriakis, VP of Channel Partners, PointClickCare Healthcare providers today are looking for ways to enrich the lives of their residents, mitigate risk, and improve financial and operational health. PointClickCare, which makes cloud-based software for senior care, has teamed up with Aerohive...

Top 3 Wi-Fi things I’ve learned as an Aerohive customer

March 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 way. 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...