• Rumored Google Wi-Fi service; AT&T touts DirecTV merger

    In telecom news, Google's plans to conduct wireless spectrum tests are fueling rumors of a Wi-Fi service, while AT&T touts the consumer benefits of a DirecTV merger.

    Katherine Finnell310 pointsBadges:
  • Aerohive, Verizon team up for cloud-managed Wi-Fi retail

    Aerohive and Verizon are offering an all-inclusive cloud-managed Wi-Fi networking offering for retail customers, backed by Verizon's LTE network.

    Gina Narcisi2,125 pointsBadges:
  • Wi-Fi network management techniques in flux after FCC fine

    SN blogs: This week, one analyst discusses over-the-air Wi-Fi management in the wake of the FCC's fine against Marriott, while another touts a new breed of network management tools.

    ITKE350,790 pointsBadges:
  • Digital learning goal of wireless upgrade at LA schools

    The Los Angeles United School District taps Aruba Networks to anchor an upgrade to improve Wi-Fi and Internet connectivity across 750 schools.

    ITKE350,790 pointsBadges:
  • Wi-Fi router security: Assessing the vulnerability of backdoor attacks

    Multiple Wi-Fi routers are reportedly vulnerable to backdoor attacks. Expert Kevin Beaver explains how to detect if your system is at risk.

    ITKE350,790 pointsBadges:
  • How does your organization deal with insecure Wi-Fi for mobile employees?

    Kevin Beaver17,385 pointsBadges:
  • NFL’s Cisco-based stadium Wi-Fi frustrates tablet-toting coaches

    The stadium Wi-Fi network that NFL coaches have been complaining about is based on Cisco wireless LAN infrastructure. The new network has been erratic, making coaches' Surface tablets useless at times.

    Gina Narcisi2,125 pointsBadges:
  • Aerohive and Radius Networks integrate wireless, iBeacon technology

    Aerohive and Radius Networks have partnered to combine Wi-Fi infrastructure with iBeacon technology to offer proximity services for businesses.

    Gina Narcisi2,125 pointsBadges:
  • Wi-Fi requirements based on organizational needs, not WLAN vendor

    As wireless vendors move away from competing on price or speed, IT professionals share their Wi-Fi requirements.

    ITKE350,790 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the best way to secure Wi-Fi access for mobile employees?

    Employees who work on-the-go rely on Wi-Fi access to get work done, but are those connections secure? Expert Kevin Beaver explains how to achieve Wi-Fi access security success.

    Kevin Beaver17,385 pointsBadges:

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