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Wi-Fi Rules

Wireless networks are the new education superhighway. GUEST COLUMN | by Robert Fenstermacher The classroom is the ultimate litmus test for the practical application of technology. To keep up with an über tech-fluent student population, school administrators and CIOs must … Continue reading

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Out with the Old

Lessons learned from Stony Brook University’s recent deployment of 802.11ac. GUEST COLUMN | by Nick Batson In 2009, when Stony Brook University first installed Wi-Fi in buildings on campus, it purchased the most up-to-date hardware that provided the best connection … Continue reading

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Wireless for the Next Generation

GUEST COLUMN | by Sean O’Malley As teaching and learning evolves, university technologists need to evolve their infrastructure to keep pace with those changes. Unlike corporate environments where standards can be tightly controlled, university campuses are, by and large, a … Continue reading

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