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Year of the Goat - Happy Lunar New Year!

This week Aerohive celebrated Chinese New Year to welcome in the Year of the Goat! The lunch-time festivities kicked off with firecrackers, and after an amazing performance from some local lion dancers, the team enjoyed some great food! Check out the fun in the photos below, including a fun shot of...

How to implement a successful 1:1 initiative

For many school districts, learning how to implement a successful 1:1 initiative is top of mind, especially because this year e-rate funding will help so many U.S. schools become BYOD- and Wi-Fi-enabled. With 1:1 programs and other digital learning initiatives in mind, the Center for Digital...

How Aerohive HivePass works

The Aerohive HivePass solution - part of Aerohive's recently announced Personalized Engagement Ecosystem for retailers - leverages applications already installed on most mobile devices. For an Apple iOS customer, it uses Passbook, and for Android customers, HivePass integrates with apps like PassWall...

How to create a personalized retail experience in your store

Want to hear how to create personalized engagement with your customers?  In this world of ubiquitous mobile access, retailers need a way to deliver next-generation services to personalize the relationship with consumers and build brand loyalty. In order to deliver personalized engagement, retailers...

When everyday is like National Fun at Work Day!

In case you hadn't heard, yesterday was National Fun at Work Day! And since it doesn't take much for Aerohive to have an excuse for a little fun, of course we planned a few activities around the Hive to celebrate! We had as much fun as possible all day, including at lunchtime, an afternoon break of...

How schools can block Yik Yak (and other problem apps)

This video will come in handy for school campuses plagued by misuse of applications such Yik Yak, which has made headlines over the past year for causing problems for schools - most recently at some high schools. Guest blogger Bradley Chambers will cover the topic of whether or not you "should"...

Simplified, manageable Wi-Fi deployed across two dozen libraries

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...

Startup incubator drives innovation over Wi-Fi

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...

Enterprise Wi-Fi goes deep for leading research institution

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 (WHOI) had challenges with a network that was end-of-life and...

School district moves away from controller, embraces 802.11ac

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...