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What's Next in Wireless Network Standards?

Analysis: Two faster new frequencies built on existing standards will support future networks in different ways.

How to Get Your iPad Securely on a Corporate Wireless Network

I think it goes without saying, but smart phones and tablet PCs are absolutely revolutionizing the wireless & mobile industry.

Apple's WWDC Wi-Fi Woes Point Up Need for Wireless Capacity

So if Apple was going to deploy a wireless network for the attendees, how should they design it? Two words: for capacity.

Wireless Gift Guide for Last-Minute Shoppers

Check out these suggestions for last-minute (or late) gifts for the wireless technology lover on your shopping list.

'Full Bars' Are Useless When Networks Lack Capacity

A good end-user wireless experience is about more than having "full bars" on your device. It's about the mobile network being able to adequately handle user demand.

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How Reliable Is Your Wireless Local Area Network?

Never underestimate the importance of system reliability -- and follow this checklist.