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Wi-Fi Calling: Ready or Not, Here it Comes!

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Business Calling Shifts to the Smartphone In the 2000’s everyone moved from PSTN to IP PBXs and VoIP desk phones. Then, as we embraced smartphones and started doing more things on them, taking business calls on them was a foregone conclusion. Over the last decade, there has been a steady growth in the number of […]

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The US market for Workstations on Wheels (WoWs) has flourished hand-in-hand with electronic health records (EHR). Ever since public and private healthcare providers were mandated to demonstrate “meaningful use” of electronic medical records (EMR) in order to maintain Medicaid and Medicare reimbursements. Being able to access medical records at the bedside is a key productivity […]

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Warehouse Pick and Pack Gets Augmented Reality

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Process improvement is everything in the modern warehouse, and few areas are more important than picking. Over the years, new technologies from RFID and barcode scanners to Voice-Picking headsets, have made pick and pack process improvement easier, and augmented reality is the latest technology to hit the industry. Augmented Reality Finds a Niche You may […]

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Measuring Wi-Fi Performance from Mobile Devices

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Measuring Wi-Fi performance from a mobile device is easy, there are lots of mobile apps that can do this. Measuring is the easy part. The hard part is aggregating and analyzing that data on a network-wide basis.

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How “Controls” help you isolate Wi-Fi issues

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Experienced wireless networking professionals know that reliable and consistent Wi-Fi performance is never guaranteed. Sooner or later performance black spots show up, somewhere in your network.

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The Trouble with Wi-Fi Troubleshooting!

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Your users have become pretty dependent on the wireless network, and reliable Wi-Fi performance is something they expect. But when they can’t connect, or downloads take forever they understandably, complain. Their productivity suddenly becomes your problem!

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If you’re reading this blog, you’ve probably figured out we like measuring stuff – specifically Wi-Fi performance from the user perspective. In June 2015 we took a stab at measuring something much less scientific, namely users’ requirements and expectations of their wireless networks.

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