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The Variety of Wireless Devices in Hospitals

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From wearables to computers, how can you ensure your network will support them all? Network managers know how challenging it is to provide a high-performing, consistent connection for complex organizations such as hospitals. Not only are these campuses large and expansive, consisting of a variety of structures and opportunities for interference, but they are also […]

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Struggling with Wi-Fi reliability? Try these two strategies that give you greater visibility into your network Your organization depends on stable, reliable Wi-Fi. Without it, customers and staff are frustrated with spotty connections and devices not working properly—and the entire enterprise and its productivity suffer as a result. If you’re trying to update or troubleshoot […]

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Learn how to implement a monitoring system that ensures consistent coverage Wireless networking monitoring (WNM) helps you answer important questions about how your network is functioning and performing. Without it, end users may experience problems before they can be addressed by IT managers. Coverage may be spotty because of access point placement or interference. And […]

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IT staff in complex wireless environments must adapt the network to the Internet of Things (IoT) The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the hottest topics across industries, as it impacts almost every business out there. For example, home builders are integrating smart home devices more and more in construction, and medical wearable devices […]

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There are pros and cons to creating a network that lets others use your Wi-Fi For many modern businesses, sharing Internet access with guests is a must. But it’s not as simple as pointing visitors to a router with the network name and password information conveniently displayed on the back of it. And for many […]

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What to Expect from Wi-Fi 6 Besides Speed

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Sure, Wi-Fi 6 will be faster, but what other improvements will 802.11ax bring? The sixth-generation Wi-Fi—the 802.11ax standard from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)—is being rolled out in 2019. And while it’s sure to be faster overall, there are other much-needed updates to wireless networking that the new version will provide. Termed […]

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Among the many Wi-Fi troubles that hospitals deal with, drops and slowdowns during the roaming process are some of them. Learn why it’s crucial for your WLAN to support roaming Roaming is a critical consideration for any hospital network management staff. Say a patient or hospital employee is moving from one end of the hospital […]

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