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Wi-Fi, also, WiFi, Wi-fi or wifi, is a brand originally licensed by the Wi-Fi Alliance to describe the underlying technology of wireless local area networks (WLAN) based on the IEEE 802.11 specifications. Wi-Fi was developed to be used for mobile computing devices, such as laptops, in LANs, but is now increasingly used for more applications, including Internet and VoIP phone access, gaming, and basic connectivity of consumer electronics such as televisions and DVD players, or digital cameras.
Overcoming the obstacles to deliver the modern learning demands of a smart campusFrom secure BYOD to robust WiFi and comprehensive video surveillance, the IT challenges schools face to ensure smart, safe campuses are not minor. This on-demand webinar details how schools like yours seamlessly integrated new technology on a budget.
Expanding and enriching the educational experience through a streamlined, broadened networkBYOD in the classroom and one-student-one-device trends meant Kentucky’s Bullitt County Public Schools needed an easily configurable, reliable and scalable network. Read this case study to discover the benefits of WLAN technology in the educational world.
Published By: Aerohive
Published Date: Oct 27, 2015
Das Webinar richtet sich an IT-Spezialisten, die mehr über die Möglichkeiten im Bereich WLAN erfahren möchten bzw. an Organisationen, die planen, WLAN einzusetzen oder ihre bestehende WLAN-Infrastruktur zu erneuern.
Published By: Aerohive
Published Date: Oct 26, 2015
Join this webinar to learn:
- What the latest solution offerings look like and how to avoid investing in dead technology
- Why more vendors are using the cloud to drive technical and commercial flexibility for organisations
- How to easily grow your network with demand
Businesses looking to transition to 802.11ac Wave 2 should fully understand the new technology’s requirements for the wired network and choose a solution provider that can minimize the disruption to the business.
Public cloud services and mobility are driving business needs where the Internet and MPLS play an equally important role for enterprise connectivity. Network planners must establish a unified WAN with strong integration between these two networks to avoid application performance problems.