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Easy deployment with SD-Branch

Introduction   Today is a special day because I will present how our ALE solutions fit into the so-called SD-Branch. […]

By robast
22.09.22
Network management
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Introducing Omniaccess Stellar Asset Tracking solution

The OmniAccess Stellar Asset tracking solution, using BLE technology tags to broadcast their location, easily locats workplace equipment and people and archived records.

By hamaro
05.05.20
Asset tracking
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WPA3: how to prevent KRACK attacks on your Wi-Fi networks?

Do you want a more secure wireless network? Learn about WPA3 protocol, the latest Wi-Fi protected access that increases cybersecurity.

By Louise
25.11.19
Security
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Application Visibility Enforcement and DPI on OmniSwitch 6860/6860E and OmniVista 2500 NMS

Application Visibility and Enforcement protects networks against application-level threats. Here our guide for OmniSwitch and OmniVista

By Louise
26.09.19
Network management Security
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How to Build a Solid Public Wi-Fi Network

There are so many other great features about our WLAN product line, so let’s explore them and get right to it. Here are some of key qualities of our OmniAccess Stellar WLAN solution that will make public Wi-Fi stellar

By Carolina
23.03.19
WLAN
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All Education Demands

It’s true—they’re everywhere, students and teachers, smartphones and tablets, computers and smart boards. Large and small campuses alike are abuzz in a frenzy of activities and in today’s world that means demand for connectivity.

By Heitor_Faroni
22.08.18
IoT Security WLAN
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Security Alert! Your Wi-Fi is affected by KRACK!

In the last months, a serious security issue for Wi-Fi networks and the devices that use them has been discovered. WPA2, which is how all modern Wi-Fi networks are secured, has found to have weaknesses. Attackers can exploit those within range of a victim using key reinstallation attacks (KRACKs). Discovered by researcher Mathy Vanhoef, KRACK exploits limitations in implementations of the handshake processing in the 802.11 protocol.

By maurorizzi
26.02.18
Security WLAN