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Tips From Experts on 2017 E-rate Funding


February 22nd at 11AM PST / 2PM EST

E-rate 2017: Learn from Experts About Funding Internet Technology for Your Public or Private School

The E-rate funding cycle for 2017 is in full swing and applications are being accepted now. Make sure your school or library is prepared to apply and up to speed on the latest changes with the program. Hear from Brian Stephens, E-rate expert from Funds for Learning, about best practices on applying for E-rate and all the steps in the process.


Simplify Wi-Fi with Single Sign on for Office 365 and Google Apps


Xirrus has integrated our secure, high performance Wi-Fi with Microsoft Office 365 and Google Apps to enable SSO for your organization, making it very easy to access both Wi-Fi and domain resources through a single log-in process. This simplifies security and can eliminate the need for onsite authentication, saving administrators time while lowering their costs.


Making The Move to Wave 2 Wi-Fi


It is expected that Wi-Fi will carry more than half of all internet traffic within the next 3 years. And now the latest Wi-Fi technology, known as 802.11ac Wave 2, is ready for prime time. Wave 2 has the underlying performance and new features to meet the challenge. Attend this event to learn more about: The innovations in 802.11ac Wave 2 and the truth about upgrading bandwidth to the access point.


On-Demand Webinars

On Demand: Tips From Experts on 2017 E-rate Funding (January 19, 2017)


E-rate 2017: Learn from Experts About Funding Internet Technology for Your Public or Private School

The E-rate funding cycle for 2017 is in full swing and applications are being accepted now. Make sure your school or library is prepared to apply and up to speed on the latest changes with the program. Hear from Brian Stephens, E-rate expert from Funds for Learning, about best practices on applying for E-rate and all the steps in the process.


Keys to Mobile Centric Experience at High Density Large Public Venues


Five key challenges are preventing high density venues such as convention centers, airports, train stations, arenas and stadiums from delivering a compelling mobile-centric experience for users. Learn how you can take a few simple steps and use analytics to deliver differentiated experience for your users.


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Xirrus and IHS Webinar: Get The Pros and Cons of Managed Wi-Fi Services


As demands on Wi-Fi infrastructure grow and technology cycles move more quickly, keeping up with the latest Wi-Fi developments has become a full-time job. As a result, more and more IT administrators are considering outsourcing the operations of their wireless networks to a third party so they can get back to their core responsibilities. Wi-Fi network architectures have evolved significantly making it possible to offer cost-effective managed Wi-Fi services. This webinar looks at the pros and cons of managed Wi-Fi services, and why they are worth exploring for an improved end-user experience.


Managing the Transition to 802.11ac Wave 2 Wi-Fi


Demands on WiFi networks are constantly rising as users adopt new devices and applications. In 2015, manufacturers released the next generation of WiFi products supporting 802.11ac Wave 2 technology, which delivers another boost in wireless network performance. This webinar discusses the technology improvements available in Wave 2 gear, the impact on network design, and what network managers can do to prepare.


The BEAR Essentials: Kick Start Your E-rate Summer IT Projects



Wi-Fi for Large Public Venues – International Centre Toronto


Wi-Fi has become an essential part of most public events. In order to compete, large public venues such as convention centers, hotels, stadiums and arenas must deliver a compelling mobile experience that attendees increasingly expect. Reliable and scalable Wi-Fi at such venues has become a must. Hear how International Centre in Toronto stepped up to meet the demands of its customers.


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Learn the 5 Most Important Things About Deploying a Fast, Reliable Wi-Fi Network at a College or University


Reliable Wi-Fi is critical to colleges and universities today – that is nothing new. Wi-Fi networks designed and deployed in the last two years – or earlier – cannot support the influx of devices hitting the network and do not deliver upon ever-increasing student-bandwidth demands. Teachers require unwavering network connectivity to support a collaborative wireless classroom-learning environment.


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