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Thoughts on the HP acquisition of Aruba Networks

Twitter has been abuzz since last week with the leaked news, now official, that HP has entered an agreement to acquire Aruba Networks. As such there are plenty of people both for and against this in the WLAN community. I wanted to put some immediate thoughts up here on this transaction; First congratulations to Aruba, […]

Dating, Identity and IoT

As I lie in bed some nights, I sometimes am awake with a gazillion ideas revolving around in my brain. One of the things that jumped out at me the other night was how online dating was similar to the Internet of Things (IoT). Bear with me a bit while I explain what I mean. […]

Guest Portal Use Cases

Guest portals are a common occurrence in the WLAN industry. They have been used for many different types of access scenarios with some criticizing their use as getting in the way of people wanting fast and free access to the internet. In this blog I want to contribute to this discussion with the proposition that […]