Networking & Wireless


Northwest ISD Ramps Up Wireless for iPad, Laptop Programs

Northwest Independent School District in Fort Worth, TX, is overhauling its wireless LAN to accommodate an increase in mobile device use across its 25 campuses and district office.

Tennessee School Deploys Wireless Network To Support Mobile Devices

A Tennessee K-5 school has deployed a wireless network to support its increasing use of mobile technology in the classroom.

Red Lion Area School District Adds Gigabit Fiber WAN

Red Lion Area School District in Pennsylvania has just finished deployment of a fiber-based broadband network using services from Conterra Broadband Services and a discount through the federal E-Rate program.

Aerohive Updates HiveOS and HiveManager, Releases New Wireless Access Points

Aerohive Networks has updated HiveOS and HiveManager and released two new wireless access points.

OpenDNS Enterprise Insights Supports Microsoft Active Directory

Network security provider OpenDNS has launched OpenDNS Enterprise Insights, a new service that expands on the existing OpenDNS Enterprise service to include visibility and control through Microsoft Active Directory.

IPv6 Now Enabled by Default on Thousands of Web sites and Many Home Routers and ISPs

The Internet Society held its World IPv6 Launch event last week, with participating companies making the switch to IPv6 permanent.

Alaska School District Upgrades Wireless for BYOD

Mat-Su Borough School District in Alaska is upgrading its network to provide improved wireless access to support bring-your-own-device initiatives and enable the small team of network administrators to centralize management for the large district.

100 Mbps the New Minimum for 'Critical' Broadband Services in Schools

A new report is calling on the federal government "to increase funding options" for high-speed broadband, statewide networks, schools' broadband capacity, access to broadband in community centers, and aid to help low-income families have broadband access at home.

Forsyth County Schools Adds Ethernet To Engage Students, Reduce Costs

Georgia's ninth largest school system, Forsyth County Schools, is enhancing its technologically dependent educational tools and reducing its spending by using a new high-speed Ethernet network.

Are You Ready for BYOD?

The do's and don'ts of beefing up your wireless network to handle the bring-your-own-device movement.

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