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Top 10 Sessions From Interop Las Vegas 2015

Interop Las Vegas 2015 was a blast! Few conferences bring together a rich mix of vendors, products, solutions and attendees all in one place. I was particularly interested in Cisco’s Hyperlocation, which just so happen to win Best of Interop Award – 2015 Mobility. Interop was a gathering of
old friends and meeting new ones. I thought the mobility track was exceptional this year.

Cisco Hyperlocation:
http://www.interop.com/lasvegas/special-events/best-of-interop-awards.php?itc=we_ilv_le_ilv_drp_text

I was also a panel guest at Cisco’s Mobility lunch where WiFi Mobility, 802.11ac and our AWO (All Wireless Office) was topic of discussion. It was 60 minutes of great discussion and guest interaction. I would like to thank Cisco’s Bill Rubino for the invite.

I spoke at my own session “Designing Todays WiFi Network for Tomorrow’s Applications”. I always enjoy sharing my real world hands on experience with others. WiFi is still black magic to many IT folks in the industry. The goal in my session, take 2 things away that you didn’t know before. I think the attendees agreed. My session made Interop’s Top 10 Sessions and ranked #6 in the standings as voted by attendees. I would like to thank Andrew Murray for the invite and having me back at Interop.

Interop Top 10

http://www.informationweek.com/interop/top-10-sessions-from-interop-las-vegas/d/d-id/1320459? 

In closing three articles were published from my Interop session.

Remember The Restroom When Deploying Wireless

http://www.informationweek.com/mobile/mobile-devices/remember-the-restroom-when-deploying-wireless/d/d-id/1320230

What happens if you remove an acceptable use policy from guest Wi-Fi?

http://searchnetworking.techtarget.com/news/4500245600/What-happens-if-you-remove-an-acceptable-use-policy-from-guest-Wi-Fi

Diversity of connected devices in hospitals poses unique challenge for going fully wireless

http://www.fiercemobileit.com/story/diversity-connected-devices-hospitals-poses-unique-challenge-going-fully-wi/2015-05-04 

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