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Andrew vonNagy
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Camping trailer acquired. And backed it down the narrow driveway on 1st attempt! 
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750,000 Views Later, The Tech Field Day Audience Keeps Growing! #TechFieldDay http://tfd.bz/15sI47W
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Answers require Explanations! Great post +Tom Hollingsworth
 
The IT world is cyclical for sure. I’ve seen trends and topics repeating themselves over and over again in my relatively short time here. I find it interesting that we keep solving similar problems over and over again. I also find it fascinating that this…
The IT world is cyclical for sure. I’ve seen trends and topics repeating themselves over and over again in my relatively short time here. I find it interesting that we keep solving similar problems...
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My next project will have to be "The Book of Wi-Fi" +Michele Chubirka ;)
 
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I’m sure that we have all experienced poorly designed Wi-Fi networks. When a technology is so ubiquitous, so easily accessible, and is increasingly the most relied upon method of Internet access for mobile devices and cloud computing, then there are bound to be some issues. Unfortunately, the prevalence of underperforming Wi-Fi networks is still much too common for my liking. Great Wi-Fi starts with proper design. There are various a...
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Given the recent FCC Report & Order on U-NII (Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure) rule changes in March/April of 2014, I thought it would be helpful to recap the new regulations in the United States regarding the 5 GHz unlicensed spectrum bands. I've put together the following table ...
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Aruba Atmosphere 2015 Roundtable: Future-proofing Your Network with 802 11ac Wave 2 and MGig - Do You Need It?
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Loved the discussion, and was glad to hear my thoughts were similar although not read up too much on wave 2, more aware of it than anything else. I was also wondering if you have ever seen 802.11n saturated in a well engineered wlan, ie not too many interference factors. Thanks, Rocky
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Why does Google+ assume that I want to upload a picture every time I open the app? Annoying. 
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Try using the Google camera. Within 10 mins of a photo taken, a notification pops with "Upload Your Photos to Share?"

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Throwback hospitality meets cutting edge tech. #tbt
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My year in photos... blessed to have this little boy in my life!
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Download the free Revolution Wi-Fi Capacity Planner to start designing better wireless networks!
I’m sure that we have all experienced poorly designed Wi-Fi networks. When a technology is so ubiquitous, so easily accessible, and is increasingly the most relied upon method of Internet access for mobile devices and cloud computing, then there are bound to be some issues. Unfortunately, the prevalence of underperforming Wi-Fi networks is still much too common for my liking. Great Wi-Fi starts with proper design. There are various a...
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We hit the park and took some great fall pictures. They turned out really well!
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Many companies adopt overly aggressive password policies, thinking that they're making things more secure. They might be wrong.

Republic Wireless: Everything you need to know
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Wireless CCIE, here I come!: Sony NEX5 Lens Fun
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Blazing fast networks, cheap silicon, always-on devices and a torrent of data will fundamentally change everything -- how we consume media,

Nearpoints: Book Review: Alex Hills’ Wi-Fi and the Bad Boys of Radio
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Another trip down wireless memory lane, this time hosted by one of the true pioneers in deploying wireless LANs. Highly recommended!

Is VMware's dominance of the virtualization market under threat?
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A new survey seems to show that VMware’s iron grip on the enterprise virtualization market is loosening, with 38% of businesses planning to

Discover Some New Music This Weekend
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Everyone loves music, but if your collection's beginning to feel a little stale, take some time this weekend to overhaul your library. Here

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Nearpoints: WiGig: Making the (Surprising) Case for 60 GHz.
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Is a battle brewing between the two upcoming gigabit+ WLAN standards, 802.11ac and .11ad? The 60 GHz. (.11ad) guys, as represented by WiGig,

How to Give a Compelling Presentation to a Smart, Jerky or Otherwise Pic...
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A New Form Is All You Need To Avoid Running Injuries
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Shuffler.fm Is a Simple, Flipboard-Like Music Discovery App for the iPad
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iPad: Digital magazine Shuffler.fm is the perfect blend of music news and a music player, making it easy to discover new bands and albums ri