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In-Stadium Wi-Fi analytics reveal fan engagement at Super Bowl XLIX. Check out the infographic here: http://extr.co/1ElWYZ2
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How did Wi-Fi coaches help connect fans at Super Bowl XLIX‬? Dr. Alissa Johnson, Deputy CIO of the White House, takes a look.
With the biggest football game of the year coming up, technologists have their hands full with providing a complete engaging experience to those in attendance. From device access to analytics, technology is being turned on its head to enhance the full Super Bowl in stadium experience.
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Join us for a webinar with eSchool Media and learn from the experts how Chromebooks are revolutionizing K-12 education.

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The FCC has extended & improved the E-rate program. Bob Nilsson shares important milestones & deadlines to keep in mind. bit.ly/1KJsMwf
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Everything you need to know about applying for E-rate 2.0! Live webinar for K-12 school districts. Register Now: http://extr.co/1zIzmOH
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Learn how recruiting software can help higher education institutions better attract and recruit students.
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What devices are you using at your school? Audience poll results from today's webinar with eSchool News! ‪#‎eSNWebinar‬

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60% of IoT devices will be sold to enterprises in 2015. See how connected devices will change the future: 
Technology for capturing patient visits promises to free doctors from the burden of data entry and updating medical records, which consumes more than two hours of the average professional’s workday, according to digital health startup Augmedix. Meanwhile, information fed into a doctor's Google Glass screen could allow physicians to remain present and undistracted during limited patient face time. As digital health options proliferate, technology ...
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40% of US college students choose community college. Bob Nilsson shares his two cents on Barack Obama’s proposals to improve education in the #SOTU.
With last night’s State of the Union address, all eyes were on education, especially on President Obama’s proposal for free community college tuition, amo
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How open educational resources can improve student satisfaction, help faculty improve the teaching process and much more.
Open educational resources (OER) are quickly gaining traction in education and are becoming a part of the move to global open content. In fact,
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How can venue owners find wireless systems that can handle the mosh pit of Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram users?
Stadiums and arenas are scrambling for wireless systems that can handle the mosh pit of Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram users
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With 40,000 healthcare apps available, learn how to further boost user engagement: 
According to an IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics report (IMS is the world’s leading information, services and technology company dedicated to making he
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Extreme Networks is committed to delivering a seamless end-user mobile experience.
Introduction

Since our founding 15 years and 30 million ports ago, Extreme Networks has always been at the forefront of innovative networking. That tradition continues today with our vision, technology, ability, and focused dedication to deliver an inclusive solution that spans the converged edge to the enterprise core and beyond.

We accomplish this through best-in-class Ethernet technologies; powerful end-point awareness that optimizes the Quality of User Experience by recognizing users, their devices and virtual machines; and ExtremeXOS®, an end-to-end modular, extensible, and always-on operating system that adds intelligence to the network. Further, the power of ExtremeXOS guarantees predictability from the edge to the cloud. Whether the network is a cost of doing business or an ongoing expense, our platforms offer network planners the tools to build a more flexible and cost-effective infrastructure.

This Quality of User Experience is coupled with unequaled price/ performance, sustainability, multi-vendor interoperability, and customer intimacy. In the same way that every network is unique to us, every customer is also unique. Our corporate focus is reflected in this approach to the market.

The value of the new mobility is intrinsic. For end users, it means a consistent, intuitive experience and the productivity, efficiency and satisfaction that come along with it. For CIOs, it means a platform to optimize, even personalize, each network connection from access edge to virtual server, and through that personalization offer the predictability of a Quality User Experience. For the COO or Operations team at a hosting provider, it creates a platform to offer more competitive, feature-rich and valuable services. And for mobile operators, it establishes an environment through which to offer differentiated and personalized services.