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Keeping Up With Dorm Room Wi-Fi Connection Demands

How would you like to have your WiFi network on campus be known as “BU Insecure?” At Bradley University, this nickname has become popular among students for it’s troublesome Wi-Fi network; in this day and age, this is unacceptable. It is no secret that WiFi has become critical to the modern college experience. Whether it

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How to tame the Internet hogs at college dorms

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, over 20 million students are expected to attend American colleges and universities in 2016. Pearson states that 90% of students are using a laptop or smartphone on a regular basis. Further, MarketingCharts says each student owns an average of 7 tech devices, making campus Wi-Fi congestion inevitable. This is especially true during


VistaOne Solves Latency, Lag and Slow Internet in VA Schools

VistaOne Solves Latency, Lag and Slow Internet in Virginia Schools Partnership with bandwidth optimization company CirrusWorks drives results for teachers and students As teachers, schools and students increasingly migrate to mobile devices, the explosion of data is putting a strain on Virginia schools’ WiFi networks. Add to the mix web-based applications and content-rich learning platforms,


Need for Speed – Panel Discussion at the 2014 VSTE Conference in VA

During this year’s annual Virginia Society for Technology in Education (VSTE) Conference in Virginia Beach, VA, I hosted a panel discussion entitled “The Need for Speed – Balancing Broadband, Budget and Online Applications in the Classroom.” The distinguished group of panelists was comprised of thought leaders from the national, state and local arenas, including Gail


CirrusWorks Hosts Panel Discussion Dec 8 at VSTE – The Need For Speed

Over the past few years I’ve watched my kids adopt technology at an exhilarating pace. First video games, then music, and now their studies. It all happened very fast, and at times my wife and I struggle to keep up. Two years ago they were issued iPads, and with it an online course schedule, content,