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.
Today Wi-Fi tends to be the primary network access method for many. This paper discusses key requirements to consider as you plan for a WLAN purchase. It will highlight top 10 features for a WLAN, help you decide on architectural choices and summarize how to use the RFP process to select a vendor.
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Smartphones and tablets are game changers for engagement because people carry them everywhere they go. Your customers and partners and employees have perpetual access to the vast resources of the Internet — and hopefully your mobile app as well — in the key moments of their day. In interviews with more than 100 mobile innovators, we have found four places where mobile engagement transforms services and processes: customer engagement, process acceleration, employee productivity, and new business services. Even at this early stage of development, you can see positive impacts of mobile engagement in apps from General Electric, Trane, and Uber Technologies. We close with a simple framework for prioritizing which apps and features people will actually use based how useful and convenient they are.
Learn about the technology limitations killing the performance of mobile websites and mobile applications, plus how innovations in mobile content delivery networks (CDNs) can transform users' experience of the mobile Web.
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Virtualization, cloud computing, and wireless technology are fundamentally changing enterprise computing, providing revolutionary gains in productivity and cost savings. Powerful enterprise applications can now be delivered to almost any device, anywhere, at any time.
The battle lines for corporate computing have been re-drawn. Corporate smartphones and tablets are game-changers for solution providers. And with more mobile devices in the office than ever before, opportunistic solution providers are reaping the benefits of jumping on the mobility bandwagon.
From server back-ends and wireless networks, to security, connectivity and cloud-based applications, the mobility revolution is giving solution providers access to the holy grail of reselling, a complete incremental profit pool.
The mobility revolution is upon us. And the market is about to explode, with the details playing out on the pages of CRN's Mobility eZine. Readers will get the details on the changing face of mobility and a glimpse at what the future has to offer. They'll get tips on how to succeed in mobility, a list of the 56 Mobility Vendors they need to know if they want to make a splash in the mobility market, and even a list of the 10 most useful apps to have on a desert Island.
How a Wireless N Infrastructure Can Support Concrete Educational Advances on a Wisp of a Budget.
Wi-Fi is a best practice for advancing the use of technology to reach educational goals. Cloud-based wireless Wi-Fi provides unprecedented value for K-12 Education, particularly when a istrict is both budget constrained as well as lacking a skilled IT staffer at each campus.