Aerohive customers (aka Wi-Fi experts) share their best tips for deploying and managing their WLANs.
In the final entry in the “Don’t Blame The Wi-Fi” series, Eastman looks at how Hidden Node issues can degrade your network without you knowing.
Since 802.11ax is near completion, we take a look at the timeline for certification, production, and availability of the newest Wi-Fi standard.
When it comes to avoiding Wi-Fi problems, does lowering antenna transmit power help avoid CCI? Learn about mismatch transmit-power and asymmetric power.
In this installment of our Don’t Blame the Wi-Fi series, Eastman Rivai reveals how non-802.11 devices can interfere with connectivity.
In this installment of our “Don’t Blame the Wi-Fi” series, Eastman Rivai looks at how Adjacent Channel Interference can impact connectivity.
How can IT managers encourage everyone to be proactive about security vs just following orders? Peter Purton gives some practical tips in this article.
People are quick to blame slow Wi-Fi … on the Wi-Fi, yet RF interference, configuration, and design are the most common causes of connectivity issues.
Creating a security-minded organizations is as much about finessing people involved as it is about the latest and great firewalls.
Some Wi-Fi vendors still promote a Single Channel design for Wi-Fi? Is this good advice? Nathanial Moore breaks it down.