Tag Archive: wifi

Is School WiFi Really That Dangerous?

Date February 14, 2014 Author Comments 1 Comment Gregg Meade

Debates surrounding the potential risks of WiFi and mobile device radiation (from cell phones and tablets, etc) have been a mainstay within particular public discourses for what seems like an eternity. This is expedited by a steady stream of new ‘evidence’ which claims to support anti-WiFi sentiment, particularly in relation to... View Article

Aruba Central Enterprise Cloud Computing

Date January 13, 2014 Author Comments Leave your thoughts Gregg Meade

As organisations become increasingly distributed, the requirement to become increasingly flexible is growing in all areas. This is particularly true within mobility, where improvements promise to allow businesses, and their networks, to evolve concurrently as remote network access becomes even more commonplace. Advances in mobility and remote user access have... View Article

Automated Warehousing – A Necessary Investment?

Date December 16, 2013 Author Comments Leave your thoughts Gregg Meade

In light of our recent cooperation with OBS Logistics, and their CALIDUS WMS (warehouse management software), we thought it timely to take a look into warehouse automation, the associated technologies and advantages of implementing professional Warehouse Management Systems. A recent study by the Aberdeen group, entitled Warehouse Automation – What’s... View Article

802.11ac wireless access point review

Date August 21, 2013 Author Comments Leave your thoughts Gregg Meade

Many industry forecasters are predicting a sharp rise in the adoption of 802.11ac wireless by the end of 2013, a trend that is being propagated by the industry’s leading manufacturers as they continue to improve the technology and the accompanying hardware. As reported by ABI Research, The WiFi hardware market, unlike... View Article