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Evolution of cradlepoint

Do you remember when you had to use a USB modem for connectivity on the go? I do. I would use them primarily when bringing new sites online as their networks were not up and running yet. But this had one major drawback, cellular service is most buildings was bad and even worse inside a…

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You Are Here #WFD8

Have you ever walked into a building on a corporate or healthcare campus and struggled to find where you needed to go? Be honest, we have all been there. But did you know that wireless can help solve that problem? I’ve been working with various location based technologies for a number of years now but…

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Causing a Ruckus and Rocking the Cradle

It’s that time of the year again, Wireless Field Day is upon us this week! For #WFD8 we’ve got what looks to be an awesome lineup of sponsors to harass¬†meet. Here’s the sponsor list, some should be familiar, some maybe not so much?   I can tell you right off the bat I’m REALLY excited…

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Meraki Can Be Enterprise

Tom, aka Networking Nerd, recently made a post about Meraki not being a large enterprise solution so as a fan of the “Tenth Man Rule” I’ve decided to write about why Meraki CAN be used in a large enterprise. What defines a large enterprise network? Is it 10 infrastructure devices? 20? 30? 100? It’s hard…

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Brace Yourself…#CLUS #SelfieBINGO Is Coming!

Well, I had this GREAT idea and I was working on the blog post and all when I see a tweet from @lauren, she stole my idea! It’s all good, still love ya Lauren! Anyways, Cisco Live is always a fun time and a couple years ago I pulled off a pretty darn good selfie/photobomb…

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Branding In A Digital Era

Recently I’ve been thinking a lot about the “Personal Brand” issue that companies seem to face on a daily basis in today’s digital era. With blogging and social media a person has the ability to create a strong brand recognition for their own name on their own dime and time. We blog because we want…

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Just a Matter of Time…

Today is Apple’s “Spring Forward” event and we all assume that means we will finally get the last details of the Apple Watch as well as the prices. When Apple first announced the Apple Watch I was really intrigued and figured for sure I would run out and get one. Now as the months have…

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Somebody’s Gotta Do It @ CLUS

It’s a dirty job but somebody’s gotta do it! This years keynote speaker is the ever so awesome Mike Rowe who has shown us there’s a million jobs out there that nobody wants to do, but somebody does it for us. If you’ve never heard Mike talk about his thoughts on working and earning a…

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From #CLEUR Milan to #CLUS San Diego

I’ve been fortunate to be a part of an awesome group called Tech Field Day which has given me some amazing opportunities, one of those was being able to attend #CLEUR Milan this year. I’ve been attending Cisco Live in the state since 2008 when it was in Orlando. I was able to join by…

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Are the MiFi’s the problem or is it you?

There’s been a lot of talk lately about MiFi’s and the impact they have on wireless networks. We have hotel properties saying they are within their rights to block networks other than the ones they operate and then you have FCC rules which kind of state you can’t really do that. This all seemed to…

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