Great news: you can now have outdoor Wi-Fi that is easier to manage, more secure, and increases revenue.
How well do you know your customers and patrons? Do you know where they spend the most time in your building? Can you say what the busiest areas are throughout the day?
At Presidio Partners, we strongly believe in the power of technology, innovation, and data to push our entrepreneurs and ourselves in ways that will make the world a better place and help us meet ever-changing societal challenges. This view informs our pursuit of investment opportunities with young, growing companies.
Over the last few months, we have been thrilled to announce several new additions to AirTight Networks’ leadership team. You can read the press releases from December 18, 2014, June 17, 2015, and July 14, 2015 covering these leadership appointments, but we wanted to take some time to share a holistic view of the latest updates to AirTight’s executive team and vision. Our experienced and innovative leaders will position the company for continued success in the fast-growing enterprise Wi-Fi market.
Elevate the classroom experience with AirTight Secure Cloud Wi-Fi
I am proud to announce two new systems for Mojo end-users and partners.
MOJO SUPPORT PORTAL FOR END USERS
Mojo Support provides access to our knowledge base, makes it easy to create support tickets and contact support agents.
Recent security reports from Verizon and new data from Mary Meeker of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers have important security lessons for retailers. This blog summarizes key findings from these two widely respected sources.
This is part three of our blog series dedicated to wireless PCI compliance; in this installment we focus on deployment best practices and common misconceptions. Read part 1: New PCI 3.1 Guidelines Address SSL Vulnerability and part 2: 3 Trends Impacting Wireless PCI Compliance
This is part two of the three-part blog series dedicated to wireless PCI compliance, which is a hot topic for retailers and other enterprises that accept payment cards. Read part 1 of the series: New PCI 3.1 Guidelines Address SSL Vulnerability; part 3: PCI Compliance and Wi-Fi: Friends or Foes?