Enchantment is The New Black #WFD7

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A guest blog by Drew Lentz (@Wirelessnerd) of Frontera Consulting

My first real interaction with AirTight Networks came after watching the presentations at Wireless Field Day 6. There was an offer made to get a free AP/Sensor by signing up, so I did. After receiving the device, it sat on the floor of my office for a few weeks; until we had a Wi-Fi outage at a restaurant my wife is a partner in. I was asked to fix the outage, but not go overboard; what better way than with a demo AP, right? I installed the app, fired it up, configured the cloud services and it was online.

The first feature that stuck out to me was the Social Media login feature. One of the problems that plagued us at the restaurant, and is a pain in the neck for a number of different places, is providing secured Wi-Fi to your guests, while handing out a key that only allow customer access.   Read more

Will Target Breach Prompt Retailers to Raise the Security Bar?

Compliance vs security, wireless PCI

Did 2013 have to end with the somber news of a big credit card security breach? But it did! It is reported that 40 million credit cards were compromised in the security breach in stores of a major U.S. retailer Target. This is only a shade second to the earlier TJX breach in which 45 million credit cards… Read More