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The industry standard in wireless IT certifications
The industry standard in wireless IT certifications

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When Parks Canada announced plans to bring wifi to many of its visitor centers and campgrounds, many were dismayed. Is universal connectivity necessary, including the great outdoors? http://theatln.tc/1AC7MQf  
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To help develop safer access methods, two professors in Maryland will launch a study this fall to monitor the activity of public Wi-Fi users: http://bit.ly/1lC577A
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In conjunction with our CWNP Conference Sept. 22-24 in Raleigh, one of our Authorized CWNP Learning Partners, Eight-O-Two Technology Solutions, is hosting a special Certified Wireless Design Professional (CWDP) class. Register now for a total savings of more than $900: http://bit.ly/1unTpxZ 
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At our CWNP Conference Sept. 22-24 in Raleigh, Ganesh Venkatesan will deliver the keynote presentation, “The Past and Future of Wireless.” In his guest blog post, he shares a sneak peek into what he will discuss: http://bit.ly/1pWM1GJ
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Purchasing equipment for a home lab environment? This one hour webinar on our CWNP YouTube channel guides you through the process: http://bit.ly/1oVD3Nd 
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Our CWNP Conference is next month in Raleigh! Join us from Sept. 22-24 as we discuss the future of the wireless industry. Review our schedule of speakers and events, and register here: http://bit.ly/1fFMZQQ
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In this video on our YouTube channel, Wi-Fi expert Jussi Kiviniemi shares the top 7 secrets of Wi-Fi planning. Be sure to register for our CWNP Conference next month to hear Jussi speak about Wi-Fi technology changes! http://bit.ly/1m1BmIf  
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By early 2015, all underground subway stations in Toronto will have free Wi-Fi service. However, many current users complain that the service is subpar: http://bit.ly/1pguhHX  
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Russia will soon require everyone using public Wi-Fi spots to present their personal ID. But, is physical identification even possible for all of the available hotspots, especially in large cities like Moscow?  If you are there please tell us how this is working. Read this article to learn more: http://bit.ly/1zZNXUt
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