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The Marking Minute -Presco: Fiber-Build and FTTH Project Space

  When the onset of the pandemic pushed everyone back into their homes, one of our greatest assets became having uninterrupted access to the internet. While fiber to the home initiatives Read more

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Oncology and Technology: Applying Oncology Expertise at Scale Part II
June 27, 2022
As a nurse turned content developer, Sharon Cavone has spent the majority of her career in and around oncology. Now with Carevive, Cavone reflects on the important work the company is continuing to put forth Read more
What Dropping Pre-Departure Covid Tests Will Mean for the Travel Industry
June 27, 2022
Renowned travel expert and #1 Amazon bestselling author of Hospitality from Within Sarah Dandashy continues to stay on top of emerging trends in the travel industry. Having recently discussed the Read more
Dig Your Heels In: A Working Woman’s Series with YiDing Yu
June 25, 2022
YiDing Yu is the CMO at Olive, a practicing physician, published researcher, and serial entrepreneur. As a female in the healthcare and tech industries, she's excited about the growth of women in Read more
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The Marking Minute -Presco: Fiber-Build and FTTH Project Space
April 11, 2022
  When the onset of the pandemic pushed everyone back into their homes, one of our greatest assets became having uninterrupted access to the internet. While fiber to the home initiatives Read more
74% of Restaurant-Goers Want Free WiFi. Is it Worth the Cybersecurity Risks?
November 23, 2021
  Commentary: You’ve likely placed an on-line food order in the past six months; many of us do it on a regular basis. We all took notice as restaurants all over the world Read more
Can Amazon’s “Network of Networks” Find Permanent Footing in IoT?
July 13, 2021
"This is a bold move by Amazon to opt everyone in." Amazon is launching Sidewalk, a new Bluetooth and radio frequency-enabled "network of networks" that essentially pulls disparate WiFi Read more
T-Mobile Bets on New Remote Work Standard
March 19, 2021
Remote work has become the norm over the past year, but reopening is on the horizon. With workers flocking back to offices sooner rather than later, will remote work stick around, or was it Read more
Belkin Works with the City of LA to Supply Essential Electronic Accessories to Alternative Learning Sites
February 3, 2021
Belkin, a global consumer electronics leader, announced this week its continued partnership with the City of LA to supply essential electronic accessories to 60 Alternative Learning Centers Read more
How to Communicate IT’s Value to Education Stakeholders More Effectively
December 10, 2020
Successful campus CIOs don’t just find ways to create value for their college or university with the help of technology. They also communicate this value effectively across the Read more
How Campus CIOs can Keep Up With Rising WiFi and Connectivity Demands
November 27, 2020
If colleges and universities want to achieve their strategic goals in the digital era, they need a reliable, high-speed network infrastructure. But with the demands on campus networks growing Read more
Exploring the Spectrum of Wireless Connectivity
May 8, 2020
  The world is on the precipice of a new wave of wireless connectivity, awaiting the oncoming faster generation of instant connection that will make self-driving cars, remote surgery and Read more
New Wifi Spectrum is Officially Open to ISPs and Consumers
April 27, 2020
  On this snippet of Business Casual, hosts Tyler Kern and Daniel litwin, and producer Taylor Bagley, walk through the recent FCC vote to allow unlicensed use of 6GHz wifi spectrum. The Read more