CapEx and OpEx: How Outsourced Wi-Fi Changes IT Budgeting

Outsourced Wi-Fi allows IT directors to leverage the technical expertise of a MSP, while eliminating large capital expenditures that strain yearly budgets.

Like Plumbing And Electricity, Wi-Fi Has To Work

As Wi-Fi moves from a “nice to have” to a business requirement, organizations must make the design and management of it less of a burden.

E-rate: Wi-Fi Deployment Guide For K-12 Schools

When it comes to deploying a Wi-Fi network in schools, it’s important to do it right. Read this 5-part planning series for some key deployment advice.

FAQ: Answers To Your Frequently Asked E-Rate Questions

Applying for E-rate funds for your K-12 school or library raises many questions. In this, and related posts, we try to answer your frequently asked questions.

How Can Location-Based Alerts Improve the Shopping Experience?

Retailers are innovating with technology to attract customers. How can location based alerts can improve the experience?

What’s The Best Browser on the Mac?

Bradley looks at Safari, Chrome, and Firefox and gives recommendations on which browser than Mac users should be using day to day.

There Is Hope For BYOD Security. University Wi-Fi Evolution Shows Why.

As IT Managers struggle with their BYOD policies and plans, let’s keep in mind security is not hopeless. Evolution of university Wi-Fi and Jeff Haydel tell us why.

How Texting Can Improve Customer Service

Texting is a growing trend for customer service. Read to find out how one school is using this strategy for communication with parents.

Live High-Density Wi-Fi Test At School Demonstrates Large Group of Students Taking Online Exams

Team of Wi-Fi experts conducts live high-density radio test at school to show how Wi-Fi holds up under pressure of mass online testing.

How to Easily Set Up An Online Store Using The Cloud

Setting up an online store for schools is easy using cloud apps. Read how a private K-5 school used a cloud solution as a fundraiser option.