Jillian Mansolf, Chief Marketing Officer & Vice President EMEA Sales at Xirrus discusses how users can keep their Wi-Fi networks safe.
Over 2,000 business respondents to Xirrus public Wi-Fi survey reveal insights into expectations, habits and security threat awareness. The study reveals the growing disparity between the increased use of public Wi-Fi and the lack of precaution taken against security threats when connecting.
Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector was mentioned as one of five top information and optimization utilities. Designed to provide real time monitoring of wireless network status, Wi-Fi Inspector 2.0 is available for Windows and macOS and supports the latest Wi-Fi standards, including 802.11ac Wave 1 and Wave 2 technology.
Following Xirrus' findings on the use of public Wi-Fi, Shane Buckley discusses five ways public Wi-Fi can fool users this Halloween.
Xirrus released a report that found that almost half (48 per cent) of Wi-Fi users connect to a public network at least three times a week, with almost a third (31 per cent) doing it every day. More than nine in 10 (91 per cent) don’t believe public networks are [...]
What does the name “Wi-Fi “even stand for? It’s a question which those of us in the industry have heard more times than we can count. If you thought it was short for Wireless Fidelity, you’re not alone. But in fact, this ubiquitous phrase isn’t short for anything at all. [...]
Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector is the third tool for scanning nearby networks on Windosreport list. It is somewhere between WifiInfoView and InSSIDer Wireless Network Tool. So, if you want simple, straightforward, but also powerful tool, Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector might be the right one.
A survey by Wi-Fi tech company Xirrus and cybersecurity expert Morgan Wright reveals that 91% believe public Wi-Fi is insecure but connect anyway. The report said that, compared to 2015, this year public Wi-Fi users have increased significantly with 48% connecting at least three times a week and 31% daily.
A new survey conducted by Xirrus reveals the growing disparity between the increased use of public Wi-Fi and the lack of precaution take against security threats when connecting.