Next Week: Two More Webinars

Want to learn about remote troubleshooting, new WLAN assurance techniques, and how to prepare your network for 802.11ac? Join us for two new Webinars next week.

Want to learn about remote troubleshooting, new WLAN assurance techniques, and how to prepare your network for 802.11ac? Join us for two new Webinars next week.

I've been an advocate of wireless LAN assurance systems since the very early days of AirMagnet, it's been interesting to see how this vital technology has blossomed from single stations running on Windows CE-based PDAs to today's enterprise-class, sensor-based installations. In fact, it would be hard to imagine running a large-scale WLAN without a corresponding assurance system. I was speaking with the AirMagnet (Fluke Networks) team recently, and they invited me to participate in a Webinar on two very interesting capabilities of the latest AirMagnet Enterprise release (v10), Remote Troubleshooting and the very powerful Automated Health Check. Greg Rayburn of Fluke Networks will walk us through these capabilities in a Webinar that I'm sure you will find interesting and informative. This one is next Wednesday, 24 April, at 2:00 eastern. You can sign up here.

The next day, I'll be a guest speaker in a Webinar on getting your network ready for 802.11ac, sponsored by Aruba Networks. I've had numerous discussions on this topic with the folks at Aruba - while the technology behind 802.11ac is more evolution than revolution, coupling increasing BYOD-centric demand with the significantly higher throughput and capacity available in 802.11ac will absolutely strain your wired network unless you take a few simple steps to maximize performance. Anyone who attends will get a copy of Farpoint Group's latest Technical Note on this topic. This Webinar is at 1:00 eastern on Thursday, 25 April.

We'll also have time for your questions during both of these events, and I hope you can join us. Registration is at no charge for both.

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