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The Impact of WiFi on the Digital Learning Experience
Posted by Erika Hashemi on Jan 11, 2017
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A Mojo Customer Story: Knob Noster School District

Located in West Central Missouri, Knob Noster School District provides a distinctive mix between rural and urban settings. With 1,600 students and 225 faculty dispersed between four locations, Knob Noster maintains a commitment to high-quality education by identifying ways in which technology can be integrated into all functions for their students.

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How to Hit a Home Run with iBeacon
Posted by Sriram Venkiteswaran on Apr 23, 2015

iBeacon has been getting a lot of attention lately mainly because of claims of how it can transform the retail industry. After having talked to many retail customers, iBeacon technology providers, and others closely associated to this eco system, it occurred to me that iBeacon and baseball have a lot in common.

Horizontal Scaling of Cloud Wi-Fi Management Plane
Posted by Sriram Venkiteswaran on Dec 10, 2014

One of the biggest benefits of using the cloud is its ability to scale. In the world of cloud managed Wi-Fi, scale really means being able to deploy tens of thousands of access points (APs) without having to worry about additional resources being available to manage them. However scaling Cloud Wi-Fi is not without its set of challenges. In this blog we will look at some interesting challenges in scaling Cloud Wi-Fi, and how they are addressed. So read on!

What’s Under the Hood in Wi-Fi Analytics
Posted by kevin.mccauley on Nov 5, 2014

Our security researchers recently took a look at Apple’s iOS8 MAC randomization feature. It was touted by Apple for its ability to protect consumer privacy from persistent Wi-Fi tracking, but turned out to be of limited usability as currently implemented. With all the interest in privacy features, we thought we’d give you a look at what’s ‘under the hood’ in retail Wi-Fi analytics in our upcoming webinar.

The Hunt for Rogue October
Posted by Rick Farina on Oct 30, 2014

Recently, I was invited to speak on Wi-Fi security at Wireless LAN Professionals Conference Europe in Maastricht, Netherlands. Excited about my first trip to the Netherlands, I quickly said yes and off I went. After meeting up with my co-worker, we arrived the evening before the conference to relax and check in. As a vendor neutral conference, the only Wi-Fi available was offered by the hotel (free!). On night one, we enjoyed some conversation with a few of our peers, and retired early to catch up on email (and sleep).

The Impact of IoT on Enterprise Wi-Fi
Posted by AirTightTeam on Oct 22, 2014

Choose your wireless network carefully. Cloud and APs are not all created equal.

Wireless Field Day: Are you ready for Lucky Number 7?
Posted by AirTightTeam on Jul 28, 2014
...and #WFD7
Network troubleshooting in distributed Wi-Fi environments
Posted by Hemant Chaskar on Nov 20, 2013

Wi-Fi is installed after everything else in the network is already set up – switches, routers, servers, firewalls, VPNs etc. Naturally, customers rely on their Wi-Fi solution provider to alleviate any network problems that arise during the Wi-Fi deployments, even though the problems are not necessarily Wi-Fi specific.

Need Wi-Fi troubleshooting? Call up a networking Jedi!

Network issues aren’t something new in any project. However, the troubleshooting task becomes challenging when it needs to be done remotely and when there isn’t much onsite IT help. This is often the case with the distributed Wi-Fi deployments. Also, due to the heterogeneity of the network infrastructure in many environments in the distributed vertical, sometimes very stealthy network problems are encountered. Take these recent troubleshooting examples which underscore these points.

Get in the Game with Wi-Fi Managed Services, Part 2
Posted by Devin Akin on Nov 14, 2013

This is part 2 of the 2-part series on the managed service provider model in Wi-Fi. Click here for part 1.

Is Wi-Fi Ready for MSPs?

An important consideration when offering Wi-Fi as a managed service is whether or not the Wi-Fi solution you will choose is designed for it, both from the technical and business aspects. There’s far more to the selection process than meets the eye, and a few (of many) requirements might include: