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As the global wearable device market continues to grow, more brands are releasing products that are part of the Internet of Things (IoT). Here are the top brands and wearables to be aware of in your organization’s wireless network. Wearables are continuing to grow in popularity across industries. The last quarter of 2019 saw 82.3 […]

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What Is Radio Frequency Interference?

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How RF interference can have a big impact on your Wi-Fi, and what you can do about it Your organization’s high-performing WLAN keeps business running and customers satisfied. But what can you do when service drops or slows? One big culprit of Wi-Fi issues are radio frequency (RF) interference, which is a common problem faced […]

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The Future of Wearables in Hospitals

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What are the biggest trends in wearable medical technology? Wearable devices are changing the way we interact with the world, each other, and our health – from smartwatches that track steps and temperature to advanced health-monitoring systems like blood sugar tracking for diabetics or devices that keep tabs on high blood pressure. Tied to the […]

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How BYOD Impacts Device Security in Hospitals

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BYOD has already made big waves within healthcare organizations, providing both benefits and challenges. The IoT brings even more security considerations Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) is a practice many hospitals are implementing as network costs rise, physicians have specific model preferences, and staff members are required to be available at all times. In a BYOD healthcare survey […]

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Apple Watch Could Bring Your 2.4GHz Wi-Fi To Its Knees

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Like many of you, I followed the live blog of Apple’s Spring Forward event on Monday and then watched the keynote to boot. Yes, I’ve been an iPhone, iPad and iMac user for years, but I’m not a fanboy who hands over his money to Apple every time they flash a shiny new object. However, […]

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Internet Of Things Will Transform Customer Service

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When we refer to the Internet of Things today, our first inclination may be to imagine a device around the home connected to a mobile app that provides us statistical information regarding usage. This has rapidly morphed into a control app, allowing us the ability to modify a set of parameters based on said statistics, […]

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802.11ad and 60GHz Wi-Fi – Do You Really Care?

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  Samsung made a big deal this week about developing a way to offer reliable Wi-Fi devices using the 802.11ad standard over the 60GHz band. The issue has always been the fragile nature of these radio waves as well as the amount of power required by devices to utilize the band. But apparently Samsung has […]

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