This past week my wife and I moved our television from one wall to another in an effort to “change things up” aesthetically. Sometimes, leaving your furniture in the same spot for over a year is all the excuse you need. I knew the plan would be a challenge technically, [...]
We want to help you apply for your fair share of available funding. This webcast series will help you understand how E-rate discounts and funding can benefit you when acquiring eligible LAN/Wi-Fi infrastructure, Internet access, and other services.
It’s widely recognized that the pervasive adoption of Wi-Fi capable devices over the last several years has driven a sharp rise in wireless usage throughout our daily routines, from the home to the workplace to the classroom, and increasingly within the many public spaces we pass through everyday. Fueled by [...]
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. – Feb. 22, 2016 – Xirrus, the leading provider of high-performance wireless networks, announced today that CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Xirrus CMO and Vice President Channel Sales, Jillian Mansolf and Senior Director, Sales and Channels, Malissa King to its prestigious list of [...]
This past weekend I had the pleasure of visiting Walt Disney World in Florida - the equivalent of heaven on earth for a Disney lover like myself. Besides riding Expedition Everest and taking a picture with Mickey, one of the highlights I was most looking forward to was the comprehensive [...]
We’re living in an era of instance access where mobile devices are central to the convention center experience. Tweeting while listening to a keynote, navigating the way to the next break session, checking emails while waiting in a line ––the high-density environment of large public venues requires Wi-Fi that is [...]
In our most recent edition of ‘Wi-Fi on Wheels,’ we looked at the implications of Wi-Fi sourced software updates for connected cars, with a specific focus on the approach currently being taken by Ford. Ford’s recent efforts, like most other manufacturers pursuing this model, limits any over-the-air updates to certain [...]
No one can deny that Wi-Fi has made remarkable strides since the technology first broke into the mainstream in the late 1990s. In those early years, Wi-Fi was such a novelty that users had to order the feature as a special addition to their laptops, or purchase a plug-in adapter. [...]
They say you can’t buy love, but every February millions of Americans try. Valentine’s Day is this Sunday and still you have to find just the right present for the Wi-Fi lover in your life. That's always easier said than done.