AirTight Networks provides an impressive lineup of benefits, all looking forward to the emerging trends in our working and social world. Read more
Maximize Your Restaurant Wi-Fi: A Lucrative Tool for Revenue & Engagement is a how-to webinar that helps operators understand the potential of restaurant Wi-Fi, and focuses on a variety of strategies that lead to bottom-line impact.
AirTight joins forces with its partners On The Border Mexican Grill and Cantina and Industry Retail Group (IRG) to share how restaurant Wi-Fi networks pay for themselves. Read more
AirTight Networks Named by CRN as One of the IT Industry’s Tech Innovators. AirTight’s C-75 802.11ac AP Takes Top Honors in the 2014 Wireless Category. Read more
AirTight Networks was honored with two industry awards for Cloud Wi-Fi, and Social & Analytics. AirTight won a 2014 Cloudys Cloud Channel Innovation Award and a Gold status from 2014 Golden Bridge Awards. Both awards were announced on September 8, 2014. Read more
Will my friends get spam if I use Facebook social login? What information about my friends will be shared? These questions come to many when faced with the Facebook login option on websites and captive portals. This post seeks to answer these questions from the technical standpoint.
Graph API is the Facebook’s API that enables apps to read and write to the Facebook social graph. The discussion here is with respect to the API version 2.0 (released in April 2014) and later versions. To leverage the Graph API, there first needs to be a Facebook app. The app can be easily created in any Facebook account from the menu options. By default, apps can access the social login user’s public profile, email and friends list in the Facebook social graph. For access to additional information, the app needs to go through review and vetting process with Facebook. For illustrative purposes, let’s take the example of a consumer facing business that creates an app called “Da Brand” with default access rights. Read more
I read with interest Lee Badman’s article in Network Computing: Social WiFi Sign-In: Benefits With A Dark Side. Despite the gloomy title, the article is a fair and balanced look at both benefits and privacy implications of social Wi-Fi. Perfect timing, I said to myself. Facebook just announced that they will be adding new functionality… Read More
Reporting from Facebook’s developer conference, CNET writes: “The biggest news for Facebook’s 1.28 billion members is “Anonymous Login,” a twist on the standard Facebook Login option that gives people a way to try an app without sharing any of their personal information from the social network. The move addresses concerns about user privacy as Facebook seeks ways to encourage… Read More
Restaurant Wi-Fi Primer webinar with Hospitality Technology Magazine, Boston Market and Spartan Computer Services. On-demand webinar with Kevin McCauley of AirTight Networks. Read more