Tuesday, July 3, 2012 by
Mat is a Product Marketing Manager at Aerohive Networks, driving
strategy and vision for our incredible controller-less wireless LAN
Mat has a wireless LAN career spanning nearly a decade, having
worked with leading vendors, partners and integrators. Having
previous roles as an...
Tuesday, June 23, 2015 by
the demand for mobility continues to increase, and Wi-Fi quickly is
replacing Ethernet as the primary access layer, many organizations
are facing new security challenges. This is especially timely with
the greater demand for access from an ever-increasing number of
guest and BYO-devices.
Friday, June 19, 2015 by
Smart retailers have
stopped waging war between the online and offline worlds, and have
instead embraced mobile technologies to bring the online world into
brick and mortar stores with great success. The result of the
technology-driven store is better customer engagement through a
Wednesday, March 18, 2015 by
Though using IEEE 802.1X is the most secure approach to Wi-Fi
authentication, this method is typically only implemented for
devices managed by IT staff - where they have control
over the domain infrastructure, user accounts, and wireless clients
For BYOD, contractors, or guests, the IT...
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 by
With the ever-increasing demand for mobility, and wireless
rapidly replacing Ethernet as the primary access method onto the
network, organizations are cautious of the security challenges that
This is especially
true given the demand for access from a growing number of guest and
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 by
While retailers are increasingly electing to deploy Wi-Fi
also want to provide shoppers with a personalized experience and to
engage with them on a deeper level in order to build brand
In the video below, Aerohive's Mat Edwards
explores this topic and current trends
Tuesday, December 16, 2014 by
We all tend to rely on Wi-Fi for network access
today, but increasingly the network itself is relying on Wi-Fi to
provide backhaul connectivity between campus buildings or sites.
Where previously enterprise Wi-Fi and point-to-point
(PTP) would typically be two separate technologies, we now see...
Tuesday, December 16, 2014 by
Wondering how to test the toughness of the new
? Easy. Make it complete one of the toughest
obstacle courses on the planet. Now that’s an extreme deployment of
Take one AP1130
strap it to your colleague's back, take it through 13 miles of mud,
Friday, November 7, 2014 by
You’ve just done your weekly grocery shop, you unload your car
and prepare yourself for the trans-Siberian like journey that will
take you from the car to the fridge. You brave the treacherous
conditions with your supplies in hand, feeling the intolerable ache
from the plastic bags digging into your...
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...
Thursday, July 17, 2014 by
Another year, another challenge. 2014 is the year of
. With the development of 802.11ac
, wireless LANs
surpass the Gigabit speed barrier.
Only ten years ago, the idea of Wi-Fi as the primary
access technology was little more than a vision. The WLANs of that
period were designed...