Tuesday, May 24, 2011 by
is Director of Product Marketing at Aerohive, where she defines
market strategy and vision for the cloud and application
Previously, she led product strategy and development for the
routing, authentication, and education-focused products and
Abby has spent over a decade...
Friday, August 8, 2014 by
In this connected age, the newest threat facing
enterprises isn’t the fastest, most fabulous new smartphone or the
coolest powerful laptop.
in your employees’ pockets,
the smart light fixtures, or even the badge access
More and more devices are connecting to...
Tuesday, July 1, 2014 by
Check out this video to learn about Aerohive's
functionality, which enables
retailers to gain insight into valuable demographics about shoppers
when they opt-in to connect to the secure guest Wi-Fi
Thursday, June 26, 2014 by
Today brings an exciting new announcement
from the Hive designed to help
build relevant relationships
with customers by personalizing the in-store experience. We are
focusing on building out our Personalized Engagement
to enable retail customers to rapidly
deploy, test, and adopt...
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 by
Who remembers the announcement from December 2012
when Aruba jumped into the Application Visibility and Control
their 7200 controller and plans for AppRF
was a very exciting time in the wireless world seeing how mobility
is impacting networks and the level of visibility required in...
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 by
What if the AP in your high school gym went missing? Or someone
tampered with the AP in the back of your clothing store? Or a
hacker paid a visit to his grandmother in her long term care
facility and was able to access the building's Wi-Fi network?
is always a major concern to...
Thursday, March 20, 2014 by
So I published a blog
last week going through the history of
WLAN controllers and why they exist as part of WLAN architecture.
While the blog itself generated some good conversation, the Oxford
dictionary definition didn’t quite cover the entirety of what a
WLAN controller really is. Maybe I’ll try...
Monday, March 10, 2014 by
According to the Oxford Dictionary, a “Controller” is defined
Therefore, a wireless LAN controller is a device that
directs or regulates traffic on the wireless network and is sold by
WLAN controller vendors.
So why does this device exist on WLAN networks and not in a
switch or router
Wednesday, February 26, 2014 by
While at the Wireless LAN Professionals Summit 2014
I got to meet a lot of really smart, technical folks who are
passionate about Wi-Fi. It was great to start off the week
listening to one of my favorite presenters, Matthew Gast
, go over some of the forthcoming
technology advances in...
Friday, February 21, 2014 by
Healthcare providers today are often overwhelmed on how best to
implement a wireless solution
, often thinking it's too
complex to install and manage.
Aerohive's simplified Point of Care solution
delivers resilient Wi-Fi
within budget to allow flexibility and freedom in delivering the
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 by
Overheard during a recent customer Executive Briefing
Center visit: "We need a solution that is simple and can do
Overheard at coffee shop: “Confidence is based in
competence. Arrogance is confidence without competence.”
The world of mobility is changing. We see this every