Balancing Security and the Consumer Experience

Today’s threat landscape is constantly evolving, presenting ever-changing challenges for CSIO & security specialists. As financial institutions embrace greater connectivity, their points of vulnerability – or “attack surfaces” – increase, and hackers are poised to e

APAC Atmosphere 2017: The Innovation Edge

This year Aruba’s annual APAC Atmosphere conference held in Macau attracted 1900 data network solutions experts. Centred on the theme, ‘The Innovation Edge: The Power of Mobile, Cloud and IoT’, keynotes, forums and training sessions gave participants an edge in the fast-pac

Harness the power of IoT without the security risk

Do you want to harness the benefits of IoT but have concerns about security? You’re not alone. According to research firm Telsyte, “nearly 90% of Australian CIO’s see IoT becoming important or critical to their organisation within five years”, however half of Australian u

How interference is slowing your network?

Interference causes numerous network issues and is a significant blocker to a fast, reliable Wi-Fi signal. Varying degrees of interference can occur including one or all of the below: Co-Channel Interference Every device will poll an Access Point on the same Wi-Fi channel, some

How to Wi-Fi Call in Australia?

Are you aware that if mobile coverage is limited indoors, whether at home, in the office, or even in places such as shopping centres, you can easily make and receive calls and text messages over a wi-fi connection? If you’re in a poor coverage area, you may well have heard of W

Aruba Certified Mobility Expert (ACMX) Success

Huge Congratulations to NetWireless Engineer Neon Islam on successfully passing the highly technical Aruba Certified Mobility Expert Exam (ACMX).   Not for the faint hearted, the ACMX is an eight-hour complex exam which tests candidates’ proficiency in provisioning a

Slow WI-FI network? Shocking discovery in Melbourne CBD

Following our recent Wi-Fi survey of Melbourne CBD, NetWireless detected and mapped over 35,000 individual access points from cafes, shopping centres, tourism and government sectors throughout the city and detected over 60,000 separate Wi-Fi networks. Although, this study had lim
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