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By Antone Gonsalves News Apr 27, 2015

HP modular switch prepped for faster Wi-Fi

HP's latest module for the HP 5400R z12 ensures the hardware can handle the throughput from 802.11ac access points. The HP modular switch competes with the Cisco Catalyst. Continue Reading


By Katherine Finnell Problem Solve Apr 24, 2015

What are the challenges of deploying UC apps over Wi-Fi?

What are the challenges in using UC apps over Wi-Fi? UC expert Michael Finneran explains the network issues caused by deploying UC over Wi-Fi and how they can be resolved. Continue Reading


By Sean McGrath Apr 07, 2015

EE gears up for launch of Wi-Fi calling service

As network providers scramble to offload traffic onto small cell networks, EE launches the UK's first native Wi-Fi calling service Continue Reading


By Lisa Phifer Get Started Apr 07, 2015

How to bake security into your Wi-Fi deployment

A Wi-Fi deployment is the preferred method for network access for most enterprises; it’s the InfoSec’s job to make that Wi-Fi secure. Continue Reading


By Alex Scroxton Mar 17, 2015

BT and Barclays to take Wi-Fi into deprived communities

Libraries and community centres in some of the most deprived parts of England are to get free Wi-Fi and digital support Continue Reading


Mar 16, 2015

Wi-Fi in the sky: The good, the bad and the ugly

With in-flight internet options spreading around the world, which services should discerning business travellers try, and which should they avoid? Continue Reading


By Gina Narcisi News May 19, 2015

Ruckus SmartZone gives enterprises scalable Wi-Fi management

Ruckus SmartZone for Wi-Fi management is available. Ruckus also announced a physical and virtual WLAN controller that can run SmartZone. Continue Reading


By Gina Narcisi News May 05, 2015

Dell adds Aerohive wireless products to Wi-Fi portfolio

Dell will resell Aerohive wireless products to boost its own Wi-Fi/mobility portfolio. Continue Reading


By Jessica Scarpati News May 04, 2015

What happens if you remove an acceptable use policy from guest Wi-Fi?

Requiring users on guest Wi-Fi to agree to an acceptable use policy (AUP) keeps lawyers happy, but it's far from user-friendly. Here's what happened when one IT pro removed his. Continue Reading


By Katherine Finnell News Apr 29, 2015

News recap: Google Wi-Fi mobile service launches

In telecom news, Google's Wi-Fi MVNO service officially launches for Nexus 6 phones, while Juniper Networks' first quarter exceeds expectations. Continue Reading