Security is only as good as an organization’s weakest link and that link is often human vs machine. Recognizing the problem is the first step in fixing it.
Connectivity is a given for a modern WLAN network. The value and ROI of new Wi-Fi deployment are the apps and insights on top of the network.
802.11ac dropped 2.4 Ghz support, but does that mean it’s dead? Nathanial Moore takes a look at IoT, connected devices, and 2.4 Ghz to determine.
For all the positives that Wi-Fi coverage can bring, IT administrators also must consider the security precautions around staff and guest Wi-Fi.
Shopping for a Wi-Fi solution? Here are some good points where you can challenge vendors.
Many Wi-Fi vendors pretend all products are the same. The end user might not know, but the underpinning infrastructure of a product is extremely important.
Are all claims of Wi-Fi speed created equal? A difference lies in how bandwidth is managed and provisioned. Here’s what to look for.
For IT departments, a bad Wi-Fi deployment can ruin a lot of credibility. How can CIOs make sure they are making the right decisions?
Enterprise Wi-Fi can be a complicated purchase process. Vendors offer various products and/or solutions. What should drive your purchasing decision?
Wi-Fi has gone from conference rooms, to BYOD, to mission critical, and then to the normal operations. What matters when choosing a Wi-Fi solution in 2017?