Monday, May 04, 2015

iPhone 7 rumor rollup: Double cameras and Tattoo phobia

  How the Orlando airport went fully wireless | 9 tips for speeding up your business Wi-Fi

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iPhone 7 rumor rollup: Double cameras and Tattoo phobia
Just as I was deciding between going with an Apple Watch tattoo or one of the old Fantasy Island TV show star Tattoo on my wrist, comes confirmation from Apple that ink on your wrist indeed can much up heart rate readings on your new Apple timepiece. Oh well, back to the iPhone 7 rumor rollup for me... Read More

WEBCAST: Aerohive

Gigabit Speed Wireless Networks with 802.11ac
With the development of 802.11ac, WLANs surpass the gigabit speed barrier. Watch this webinar recording featuring author of "802.11ac: A Survival Guide" (O'Reily), Matthew Gast, for a discussion on 802.11ac and why it's posed to become the 802.11 standard of choice and how to incorporate it into your network plans. View now>>


Windows Server 2003 End of Support Survival Camp
End of support for Windows Server 2003 Release 2 can have a dramatic impact on your business. It will mean no more updates or patches from Microsoft, which can result in a less stable and less secure infrastructure for your organization. Join this webcast to learn how to make the transition as smooth as possible. Learn More

How the Orlando airport went fully wireless
Deploying a wireless network to meet the demand of airport passengers is extremely challenging. Here is how the Orlando airport accomplished it. Read More


9 tips for speeding up your business Wi-Fi
Is your company's lethargic Wi-Fi making users scream? Try these techniques for a zippier network. Read More


New products of the week 05.04.15
Our roundup of intriguing new products from companies such as Extreme Networks and Cirba. Read More


Selecting a Mobile App Development Platform Solution
Compare the top mobile application development platforms that should be on every enterprise shortlist. Learn More

Imagine an Android/Microsoft Franken-phone
If someone built an Android phone running Microsoft apps, would you buy it? Read More

Potential rival to Google's Project Ara booted from IndieGoGo
A crowdfunding campaign for a sleek modular smartphone concept has been unceremoniously dumped by IndieGoGo, which shuttered the project's page on Friday morning. Read More

Wireless engineers now have a new online hotspot for geeking out
There are plenty of places online to bounce ideas off of other network and IT pros, but Kevin Franzen felt there was a need for at least one more, and he calls it the forums. Read More

WEBCAST: XO Communications
Survey Says...You Need Multiple Clouds
Why are we seeing a rapid shift to multi-cloud services? In this live webinar on April 29th @ 2PM EST, IDC analyst Nav Chandler will offer answers to this question and more through data and insights from the IDC-XO Communications 2014 Network-Enabled Cloud Study of U.S. enterprises. Learn More

iOS 8 now on 4 out of 5 Apple mobile devices
Apple says that iOS 8, released to the public in September, can now be found on 81% of iPhones, iPads and other iOS devices accessing the Apple Store. That's up from 77% from Apple's March report and up from 68% in January. Read More

Microsoft preaches the gospel of universal apps at Build
The Build conference also will focus on Visual Studio 2015, Windows 10, and mobile app dev Read More

Currently useless Google Fi app surfaces on Play Store
The Google Fi app showed up for the first time Wednesday on the Play Store: The catch is that you'll need a Nexus 6 phablet and an invitation to the new wireless service in order to make any use of it. Read More

HP buys Aruba and next thing you know Dell is reselling Aerohive WiFi gear
Aerohive Networks announced Monday that Dell will begin reselling its wireless LAN and related management products -- not a shocker in light of longtime Dell OEM partner Aruba Networks being snapped up by HP in a multi-billion deal last month. Read More



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