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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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Last Thursday was our second annual Customer Advisory Council meeting. The council meets annually to provide feedback on our product roadmap.  We had a good mix of customers, including a national hospital network, a local hospital network, a Fortune 500 global enterprise, and a global manufacturing and distribution company. We met at a beautiful venue […]

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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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Ciscolive 2018 is in the books and WOW what a great show! In addition to meeting up with a huge group of existing 7SIGNAL customers, we met hundreds of great people for the first time who were extremely interested in learning more about Wi-Fi performance management. This year our focus was on our Mobile Eye […]

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Tracing Wi-Fi Experience Issues Back to DHCP

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As you may already know, wireless performance is often affected by the wired infrastructure. Often when people complain, “The Wi-Fi’s broke” many times it isn’t a wireless issue at all. Therefore, looking at end-to-end performance offers a better view of end user Wi-Fi experiences. Another complicating factor is that end user experience is sometimes not […]

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So we had a company gathering in the large meeting room of our building here in Rockside Square. When the meeting ended, I went upstairs with my laptop to our suite to continue working at my desk. But something was wrong. I couldn’t get to the web. My inbox wasn’t loading my email.  It felt […]

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