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How does removing an AUP page affect guest Wi-Fi?

Requiring users on guest Wi-Fi to agree to an acceptable use policy (AUP) keeps lawyers happy, but it's far from user-friendly. Here's what happened when one IT pro removed his.


Robbins' appointment could mean new strategy for Cisco

Cisco makes top executive change at a fascinating time for the vendor.


'Single pane of glass' network management unlikley

Vendors claim that their network management systems can do it all, but in a world of virtualization and cloud, is that still true?


Is the IT talent gap fact or fiction?

The perceived IT shortage of talent may be exaggerated; natural biases and hiring processes seem to be ruling out appropriate candidates.

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