How Increased Demand for WiFi Accessibility Requires WiFi Automation

Healthcare facilities today demand extensive, reliable WiFi. From large hospitals and remote clinics, to small private practices and assisted living communities, WiFi access is paramount. It must be on every floor and in every room, consistently high-performing.  We have the technology to make this happen, but it isn’t without its challenges. Healthcare facilities can be …

Preparing WiFi Networks for Ongoing IoT Growth

By 2023 there are expected to be 43 billion IoT devices in use around the world. This is almost a threefold increase from 2018. The increasing adoption rates are being driven by technology advancements – such as easier to use IoT devices, 5G, cloud and edge platforms – as well as a growing need for …

Optimizing Distributed Enterprise WiFi with Remote Automation

Distributed enterprises exist across every industry. Some have dozens of remote locations, while others could have hundreds or even thousands of branch sites, manufacturing plants, and regional offices. While each site is united under a single brand, they each operate independently, with unique and specific WiFi network requirements. This challenges the IT teams that must …

The Latest eLearning Initiatives Require WiFi Automation

It’s been a few years since eLearning first entered schools and the opportunities offered by these initiatives are only growing. Many K-12 educators expect online learning and digital curriculums to expand over the next three years, especially in the areas of remote learning, virtual learning, and in the use of online content and resources. This …

Intelligent Networks Need Next-Generation Automation

If one thing is true across all industries, it’s that we depend on our WiFi networks like never before. They are now the backbone and lifeblood of most critical processes; so much so that it’s safe to say that you cannot have a good day of business with a malfunctioning WiFi network. So what do …

Preparing Your Healthcare WiFi Network for the Future Starts Now

The last year saw a lot of rapid advancements in healthcare technologies as facilities rushed to meet the demands of a nation treating a pandemic. While some facilities were already phasing in services like telemedicine and advanced monitoring, others found themselves starting from the ground floor. No matter which category they fell under though, all …