15 Feb

Keep Calm and Wi-Fi On: A Common Sense Approach to an Uncommon Problem">Keep Calm and Wi-Fi On: A Common Sense Approach to an Uncommon Problem

By Ruckus   By: Heather “Mo” Williams, Solution Engineer for Global Field Sales Enablement       The exploit is called KRACK and details about this vulnerability have been published in true White Hat fashion, by the Imec-DistriNet research group of KU Leuven. Mathy Vanhoef and his team have identified as many as ten vulnerabilities in the WPA and WPA2 protocols,...
12 Feb

Wireless Infrastructure Powers the New Fan Experience">Wireless Infrastructure Powers the New Fan Experience

By: Thierry Chau, Global Practice Lead for Large Public Venues In modern stadiums, the competition isn’t just on the field. In the battle for fan mindshare and dollars, venue operators are going up against the living room, 4K TVs, smartphones with live interactive stats, and all manner of personal digital devices and applications—all...
18 Sep

The Real Life Dangers Of Using Public Wifi

Bill Hess just released a new actionable post on the dangers of public WiFi and how to protect yourself. It’s ridiculous how much danger most people put themselves into every time they use public WiFi. Please help us help him get the word out about how to stay safe when using public WiFi!...
01 Jul

Wi-Fi and Wired Connectivity for Every Room">Wi-Fi and Wired Connectivity for Every Room

By: Dennis Huang, WLAN Product Marketing How do you address complaints about Wi-Fi from users who are bringing more and more devices into your hotel rooms, meeting rooms and classrooms? While your dream is to deploy a robust and reliable Wi-Fi access point (AP) and an Ethernet hub in every room at an affordable...
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