Networking & Wireless


Aruba Offers Network Service for Bringing Apple Devices into Fold

Aruba Networks is demonstrating a new technology that enables people to go across IP subnets with their Apple devices to find and use services as easily as they can on their personal networks.

Bonjour Gateway To Make Services Available Across Subnets

Aerohive Networks has begun showing off a new bit of technology that's expected to help organizations--including schools--enable users with Apple devices to exploit other resources on their networks.

Going Public: The Simplest Approach to Mobile Security

A large Texas school district simplified its mobile device security approach by deflecting all that activity to a public Wi-Fi.

Laird Tech Releases 4G Antenna for Ceiling Use

Laird Technologies has come out with a new 4G antenna for in-building installation as part of an amplifier/repeater system.

Cisco Ramps Up Firewall Options

Cisco has introduced a new "reimagined" firewall that adds a level of security smarts that could eventually show up in the company's line of switches and routers, as well as other hardware.

Georgia School District Increases Wireless Scalability for 1-to-1 Initiative

A Georgia school district has switched wireless network providers to increase scalability in preparation for the launch of 1-to-1 and BYOD programs and to cut costs.

ForeScout Developing Mobile Security Connectors for its NAC

ForeScout Technologies, a security products company, will shortly release a set of plug-ins that help security administrators manage Android and Apple mobile devices and coordinate with mobile device management systems through its network access control appliance.

Boulder Valley Accelerates BYOD Program

Boulder Valley School District in Colorado is overhauling its wireless network in an effort to deliver comprehensive coverage to support its new BYOD program.

Cisco Ships Quad-Antenna Aironet 3600 Wireless AP

Cisco has launched its new Aironet 3600 Series Access Point, which provides 802.11n connectivity over four antennas and three spatial streams.

High-Density WiFi: Planning for the Future

Wireless develpment didn't end with 802.11n. With new, higher-speed specifications looming, plus the ever-increasing demands of 1-to-1 and BYOD programs in schools, planning for the future in wireless implementations is just as crucial as ever.

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