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Half of all mobile device failures are caused by Wi-Fi problems—so, how can you diagnose and address trouble with connectivity?  Are your team members constantly losing valuable time to Wi-Fi interruptions?  Given the immense cost of losing signal, of course you want to take action—but before you do, make sure you’re focusing your efforts in […]

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The Best Routers for Tablets

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Employees and clients entering and exiting a network will bring in a range of mobile devices, including tablets. Learn which routers provide the best support for these devices Whether you’re working remotely or managing a team of hundreds within a large enterprise, numerous types of wireless devices are a certainty for businesses. Networks must support […]

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4 Signs the Wi-Fi Problem Is Your Router

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When you can’t figure out what’s causing your Wi-Fi issues, these signs could mean it’s your router Discovering the underlying issue with your Wi-Fi can be a challenge. Many moving parts create a stable, high-quality connection. Enterprises and organizations of all sizes have to deal with lots of traffic, new devices entering and exiting the […]

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How to Improve Your Network Throughput

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Learn what throughput is, factors that impact it in your network, and how you can increase throughput, now One of the many factors impacting your WLAN performance—beyond bandwidth, packet loss, and latency—is throughput. And you’ll find that all of these crucial aspects of network performance are interconnected. Your secret weapon to addressing issues with throughput […]

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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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The Wi-Fi Experience All Boils Down To WLAN Speed

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What makes a great wireless experience? Is it a high connection rate? Perhaps it’s a low percentage of packet loss.  Maybe it’s a combination of  high beacon availability, low ping round trip time, high throughput and a low number of retransmissions. The answer is, “Yes.”  All of these metrics and many others, contribute to a […]

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