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How to NOT Provide Wi-Fi for Your Business: 5 Sure-Fire Steps
Mobility

How to NOT Provide Wi-Fi for Your Business: 5 Sure-Fire Steps

Let’s pretend it’s Opposite Day, and you’re looking to deploy a slow, spotty, unreliable wireless network for your business or organization. You’re in luck! There are several common mistakes made by IT management and key decision makers, across all industries, when trying to implement wireless infrastructure. We’ve narrowed it down to the five worst. (You’re welcome.)

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11 Reasons Why Consumer Networking Gear Is Not a Good Fit for Enterprise Wireless Networks
Mobility

11 Reasons Why Consumer Networking Gear Is Not a Good Fit for Enterprise Wireless Networks

In the past, we have occasionally run into instances where businesses have attempted to use SOHO (Single Office, Home Office) or consumer networking gear to build their office or business Wi-Fi network. We would get a panicked call from a business owner or their IT staff asking for assistance in resolving some disaster created when it failed during a meeting, presentation or event that unfortunately cost them a ton of money $$$ and/or credibility.

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How to Purchase Wi-Fi: 2 CAPEX Challenges and How to Solve Them
Strategy

How to Purchase Wi-Fi: 2 CAPEX Challenges and How to Solve Them

No matter what industry you’re in today, you really have to provide wireless, one way or the other. As more and more applications move to the cloud, and more of your employees and guests are bringing mobile devices on to your network and expecting a fast, secure experience, Wi-Fi is now essential to your business. If your network goes down, your business goes down—it’s that simple.

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WiFi as a Service: A Game-Changer for Businesses in 2018
Strategy

WiFi as a Service: A Game-Changer for Businesses in 2018

The traditional piecemeal approach to providing WiFi doesn’t meet the challenges of tomorrow, or even today for that matter. As businesses take on the challenge of WiFi planning for 2018, more and more of them will look to a turnkey subscription-based model of purchasing the hardware, software, and managed services necessary to deploy an enterprise-grade wireless network.

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