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Ceiling vs desktop vs wall mount access point

You may have arrived at this page hoping to find the answer to the question "ceiling vs. desktop vs. wall mount access point". Truth is there isn't a straight answer, it really depends on your situation and how you are able to deploy the access point in your home or office. But, If you are still...

Hikvision launches 4G solar kit for remote security

Hikvision has launched a new 4G Solar Panel Kit for Standalone Security Sites in the UK & Ireland. This will revolutionise the protection of remote assets in hard to reach places by proving a security camera that runs on solar power. The kit (DS-2XS6A25G0-I/CH20S40) includes a 4G camera, a solar panel, a battery, and a bracket,...

Which WD colour drives you?

Discover how storage optimised to deliver the right combination of speed, capacity and endurance can change the way you work and play. From high-capacity, workhorse HDDs to efficient and speedy SATA or NVMe™ SSDs, Western Digital Colour Drives let you find a purpose-built device that's perfect for your project, profession or passion. Want the full...

Are your home IP cameras compliant for Data Protection?

Whether IP surveillance cameras are used for live viewing and/or recording video and images, there is a code that governs their use in public spaces. The Surveillance Camera Code of Practice, which came into force on 12 August 2013, seeks to balance the need for security and safety with individuals’ right to privacy. If your IP...

How to offer guest WiFi access on a dinner cruise

Dinner cruises are the perfect way to enjoy yourself whilst taking in the scenery around you, making the evening more enjoyable, something different from the usual stationary dining. You may be a business who offers such opportunities. With your guests, you notice that they are taking snaps of the stunning views, or browsing the Internet...

Ceiling vs desktop vs wall mount access point

You may have arrived at this page hoping to find the answer to the question "ceiling vs. desktop vs. wall mount access point". Truth is there isn't a straight answer, it really depends on your situation and how you are able to deploy the access point in your home or office. But, If you are still...

How does WiFi work?

WiFi(Wi-Fi) is a wireless LAN standard, part of IEEE 802.11, for communication among different devices. It is a kind of radio wave, the same as Bluetooth and cellular networks, used for device communication on a small scale, like for houses, malls, piazzas, etc. WiFi is the cheapest and fastest way for short-distance transmission enabling web...

Introducing Cisco 8800 series IP phones

Representing an advanced endpoint portfolio, the Cisco IP phone 8800 series offers ease of use alongside superior performance, and presents the best audio Cisco has ever delivered, with wideband (G.722) audio supported across the range, and higher echo cancellation performance on some hardware-enhanced models. In addition, vibration isolation of the hardware has been applied to...