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Topic: 802.11ac

11 Helpful Ways Beacons are Changing Education
Strategy

11 Helpful Ways Beacons are Changing Education

It's not a secret anymore, mobile is everywhere and it's transformed how the world operates, especially in education. From BYOD and 1:1 programs to interactive and personalized learning our schools have been evolving at a rapid pace to support their students needs and demands in this new environment. However, staying ahead is challenging for even the most seasoned IT professionals and just when you thought you had a handle on things, new technology comes out set to change things once again. Beacons and location based solutions are here, but what are they and how will they be used in education? 

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4 Ways Unified Enterprise Wireless Networks Are Simplifying Your Life
Mobility

4 Ways Unified Enterprise Wireless Networks Are Simplifying Your Life

To say it’s an interesting time for IT professionals is an understatement to say the least. Everywhere you look mobile is taking over. From students to doctors everyone is using smartphones, tablets, laptops and even wearable tech to access your enterprise wireless networks. For most of us this has been a fantastic advancement, for others such as IT leaders and professionals this has created more than a few headaches, namely from increased user demands and network security risks.

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6 Rules to Offer Your Guests an Amazing Hotel Wi-Fi Experience
Mobility

6 Rules to Offer Your Guests an Amazing Hotel Wi-Fi Experience

Every time I travel whether it’s on vacation or for business I ask myself two questions, one, will the hotel Wi-Fi be free and two, will it be any good? Even when I’ve read reviews online, I’m still left with some uncertainty about what kind of wireless experience I’ll have. The frustrating part about it all is that hotel Wi-Fi doesn’t have to be terrible. If hotels would simply follow some simple best practices every guest could have an amazing hotel wireless experience.

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