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The Wi-Fi Minute: 4 Questions You Should Ask Before Designing Your New Wireless Network [Video]
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The Wi-Fi Minute: 4 Questions You Should Ask Before Designing Your New Wireless Network [Video]

Whether you're building a new wireless network from scratch or updating an existing one, getting it right the first time is easier said than done. Your success among many other things comes down to who you choose to design and implement your network. In this week's Wi-Fi Minute, we outline four must-ask questions to help you choose the right wireless solutions provider.

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Whiteboard Wednesday: Wi-Fi Calling & Your Wireless Network Part 1 [Video]
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Whiteboard Wednesday: Wi-Fi Calling & Your Wireless Network Part 1 [Video]

 Wi-Fi calling is a relatively new feature available on both iOS and Android smartphones alike. While this is great for the end-user, how will Wi-Fi calling impact the performance of your business's or organization's wireless network? In today's Whiteboard Wednesday, Michael McNamee explains everything you need to know about Wi-Fi calling and your wireless network including: what is it, what are our concerns and what are the benefits of using it.

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How to Optimize Your Enterprise Wireless Network: 5 WLAN Design Strategies
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How to Optimize Your Enterprise Wireless Network: 5 WLAN Design Strategies

At almost every business or organization today, delivering reliable Wi-Fi has become an expected part of the user experience. Unfortunately for many of them, hearing employees or guests say, "Why is the Wi-Fi so slow?" happens way to often for it to be an outlier. In some cases, connecting to the WLAN is so bad that it doesn't even work at all. Whether it's a hospital, a college or university, large warehouse, or even a hotel, the whole point of having a reliable, high-performance enterpirse wireless network is to help your end-users be more productive. Below are 5 tips that will optimize your wireless network design to increase reliability and performance.

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Specialized Test Hospitals Can Use to Improve Their Wi-Fi Performance
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Specialized Test Hospitals Can Use to Improve Their Wi-Fi Performance

Sometimes the best way to uncover a solution to a problem is by looking at it from a different point-of-view. Hospitals rely on many different applications and connected devices to deliver high-quality, efficient care to their patients. Should just one of these applications start to experience Wi-Fi performance problems it can be a nightmare for IT teams to troubleshoot what exactly is causing the issue. 

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Using Virtual Reality in the Classroom: What Teachers Think About VR [Infographic]
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Using Virtual Reality in the Classroom: What Teachers Think About VR [Infographic]

Imagine being able to transport your entire classroom to a different place or a different time – a Civil War battlefield, the Great Pyramids in Egypt, or even witness what it was like to fly across the Atlantic as Charles Lindbergh did – with the click of a button? By using virtual reality in the classroom, these immersive learning experiences are now just a small sample of what's possible with VR today. 

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Using Mobile Technology in the Workplace: Supporting Happier Employees
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Using Mobile Technology in the Workplace: Supporting Happier Employees

Just over 40% of app users do not use mobile technology in the workplace, which we consider them to be missing out, big time. 63% of those who are using mobile apps at work report their go-to applications save them time, almost a full day a month. 39% indicate they allow them to stay on top of their daily tasks, and 53% say they help them work while not at their desk or physically in the office.

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3 Ways Hospitals Can Measure Equipment Utilization Using RTLS
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3 Ways Hospitals Can Measure Equipment Utilization Using RTLS

Many hospitals today, even smaller ones, have become complex almost “city-like” environments. They consist of hundreds of rooms, thousands of staff members and patients, and of course, large amounts of physical space or square footage. These physical factors alone make it challenging to deliver effective patient care, especially when it comes to having the right equipment, in the right place, when it’s needed the most.

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