Clear To Send Podcast Episode 62: K12 Wi-Fi Deployments

I recently had the pleasure of joining Rowell Dionicio on the Clear to Send Podcast to talk about Wi-Fi in K12 schools. Clear To Send is a great podcast about enterprise wireless networking and a great way to stay current with the Wi-Fi community. We talked about K12 requirements, challenges, funding, my design process, security, andContinue reading “Clear To Send Podcast Episode 62: K12 Wi-Fi Deployments”

Why K12 Schools Need Wi-Fi Design

Enterprise Wi-Fi is expensive, very expensive. For schools with limited budgets and a responsibility to be good stewards of tax dollars, it is important to get it right, without spending more than necessary on the initial deployment, ongoing support, or fixing costly mistakes. Any savings can be used in other ways to improve education, so unnecessaryContinue reading “Why K12 Schools Need Wi-Fi Design”

eduroam – Secure, Automatic Roaming Between WLAN’s

eduroam (education roaming) is the secure worldwide federated network access service developed for the international research and education community. I’ve been really intrigued by the WLAN phenomenon eduroam which has swept across much of Europe and is being deployed in many US universities this academic year. This is a secure WLAN roaming technology, but itContinue reading “eduroam – Secure, Automatic Roaming Between WLAN’s”