Low unemployment and a flourishing economy is exacerbating Australia’s cybercrime. According to Gartner, Australia is expected to spend $3.8 billion on cybersecurity in 2018, up 6.5 percent from 2017. With larger companies upping the ante, malicious attackers are turning to eas
As Chief of Technology, chances are you are constantly balancing value versus cost. Upgrading to a wireless network can often be overlooked with many businesses throwing away the immense opportunity to increase revenue and reduce the total cost of ownership. Recently
With enterprise level adoption of cloud computing positioned to drive revenue and innovation, CIO’s will be contemplating taking their hybrid operations further into the cloud. It is well-known that 100% cloud solutions have proven hugely successful for small - medium enterpris
Few people are aware that poorly configured networks have the potential to impact Wi-Fi performance. On occasion, following a NetWireless Network Audit the configuration of switches and controllers have been identified as major contributors to low quality Wi-Fi. Peac
Most of you will now be aware of the KRACK Wi-Fi flaw that emerged over the last couple of days. KRACK stands for Key Reinstallation Attack and allows hackers to eavesdrop on virtually every internet connected device via a flaw in WPA2 (or Wi-Fi Protected Access 2).
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
Wireless networks offer businesses the opportunity to perform business as usual - anytime, anywhere throughout the entire business premises. Now you’ve made the decision to go wireless, it’s important to make an informed choice about the strategy you deploy. Brand strategy