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5 Wi-Fi Myths Busted

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5 Wi-Fi myths busted Wi-Fi networks grow exponentially and there is a need for it, because of the many client devices like smartphones, tablets and wireless Internet of Things (IoT). Here are 10 Wi-Fi Myths related to wireless service availability, performance and security. Myth No. 1 – Turn the transmit power (“Tx”) to the maximum level on the Access Point …

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New IEEE IT Healthcare Standard

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The IEEE Standards Association recently released the IEEE 11073-20702—Health informatics: Point-of-Care Medical Device Communication—Standard for Medical Devices Communication Profile for Web Services. IEEE 11073 family of standards are utilised to structure data and enable data transmission across multiple healthcare devices, ensuring effective interoperability and communication between medical, health care and wellness devices, as well as with external computer systems. IEEE …

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Global IP Traffic to Exceed 3 Zettabytes and IoT to account for half of global and connections by 2021

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Over the next five years (2016 – 2021), global digital transformation will continue to have a significant impact on the demands and requirements of IP networks, according to Cisco’s Visual Networking Index (VNI) Complete Forecast. Over the forecast period, global IP traffic is expected to increase three-fold reaching an annual run-rate of 3.3 zettabytes by 2021, up from an annual …

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Meet the consultant behind the bow tie

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Laurie, how did you get involved with the industry, tell me your background…. Did you always want to work in ICT? When I finished school, I didn’t have a plan or goal. Nothing new there. I had a bit of a desire to work in electronics and after finishing school. After about a year, I was offered a radio technician …

New Zealand 2017 Conference, and not enough ham…

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The Conferences in New Zealand are still a relatively a new initiative for BICSI South Pacific. 2017 was only our third year, however it was a record breaking conference and exhibition with over 400 visitors passing through those double doors over the day, and a sold out exhibition space… Now, we all know how boring cabling is, (at least that’s …

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Cabling is boring

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In your spare time, I guess you love to think about Male Modular Plugs UTP RJ12 Connectors, sometimes dreaming about how incredible it is that twisted pairs were invented. They bring such colour and purpose to life. When you walk into the office and see the royal blue CAT6A patch leads from inside the 42RU server rack, it puts such …

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NZ govt invests $270K to inspire young women into tech sector careers

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An investment of over NZ$270,000 in the technology mentoring program Shadow Tech Days is being made by the New Zealand government to help inspire more young women into technology related careers. Announcing the program, Youth Minister Nikki Kaye said: “This program, run by NZ Tech, connects participants with women working in the tech sector, as well as women studying technology …