Cisco's ISE 2.X Software Release Lifecycle

Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine) is an Enterprise grade AAA product that has been around for seven years.
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Clinical Wi-Fi and the CT Scanner

CT Scanners are a pretty impressive looking bit of clinical technology. At what must be an anxious time for patients, it's nice to see how the hospitals are working hard to make a nicer environment for patients.
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Warehouse Wi-Fi - Best Practice

Warehouses have very special requirements when it comes to providing Wi-Fi coverage, for a whole host of reasons. They are a challenging environment in RF terms - there's often high ceilings, lots and lots of metal racking, RF attenuation is constantly changing (shelves filling and emptying, forklifts moving loads around and so on) and small devices[…]
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Wireless First: University Wi-Fi

  In this blog series, I wanted to explore what a Wireless First strategy looks like for a number of customer verticals.   Firstly, let me tell you quickly about us. We specialise in the design and delivery of large scale Wi-Fi networks. We do a lot of remediation work, upgrading Wi-Fi networks which don’t work well, and fault finding seemingly[…]
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Improve Wi-Fi Performance: 5 Principles of Elastic Wi-Fi

Elastic Wi-Fi. It’s probably not a term you’ve heard before in relation to wireless and WiFi. I’m going to run through some principles I’ve learnt over a few years in the business to help you improve Wi-Fi performance, but first, I’ll digress...
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Software Defined Networking: Explained

There’s multiple challenges in designing, deploying and maintaining a network environment. We can’t go through all these in one blog  - there’s just too many, but in this blog, we’re going to have a quick run though on those that SDN (Software Defined Networking) can help solve. 
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Free eBook: Top 8 Secrets to Great Wi-Fi.

FREE eBook Download: Top 8 Secrets to Great Wi-Fi We all love Wi-Fi these days – whether at work, travelling or just at home with Netflix. Wi-Fi has become both ubiquitous and something we truly rely on for our day-to-day work; it’s become business critical for many companies.
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30 Technical Wi-Fi Thoughts

Friend and colleague, George Stefanick is will known in Wi-Fi circles.  George has provided us with a pretty concise list of a lot of the gotchas in Wi-Fi design - have a read of the full blog for an interesting walk through George's Top 30 Technical Wi-Fi thoughts.
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Wi-Fi Design: Increasing Access Point Density

One of the most common issues we see when fixing up poor performing Wi-Fi networks, is lack of APs. Sufficient AP density and placement are the basics of proper Wi-Fi RF Design.
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Wi-Fi Design and Implementation: Cisco 3800 Series AP

The Cisco 3800 series access point is a solid choice of AP from Cisco. The 3800 combines 802.11ac Wave 2 capability with the capability to add a module - so you can add a WiPS module or Hyperlocation to the AP.
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