The technology landscape has dramatically changed in the last decade with the rise of mobility. Offices, schools, stores, hospitals, our homes, all not so long ago had very limited sources of technology, utilizing basic computers and networking. Now it’s near impossible to find an object that doesn’t have a chip embedded somewhere. Smart watches, cars, homes… did you know you can even get Wi-Fi enabled Barbie now? Everything seems to be ‘smart’ now, but are we making smart decisions when it comes to the underpinning network infrastructure?
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The growth in the utilisation of the Internet has had a huge impact on the education system, with a stark contrast in the resources available now, compared to five or ten years ago.
As a result, IT teams are facing an increasing need to make sure that highly effective and reliable foundations are in place to avoid disruptions.
It was therefore unsurprising that in our report on The State of Networking in Education, 68% of respondents stated improvements to 'wireless access' as their top priority over the next three years. This is not unexpected as an effective foundation for technology in education has become mandatory.
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Diners are increasingly expecting Wi-Fi in restaurants. And in turn restaurants are increasingly offering guest Wi-Fi to satisfy these expectations.