How to Cope with Unusual Devices on Wi-Fi

October 12, 2017

Employees and students often connect first and ask questions later. If you haven’t’ experienced this yet, you’ll soon see all sorts of unusual devices attempting to join your Wi-Fi network. Let us help you prepare and manage these devices, so your network stays healthy and your users remain happy. Below are some of the Wi-Fi devices you can expect to see connecting to your network:

  • Apple TV
  • Chromecast
  • Roku TV
  • Amazon Echo/Dot
  • Google Home
  • Smart TVs
  • IoT devices
  • Wearables
  • Zigbee controllers
  • Hue lighting
  • Ring door bells
  • Wi-Fi printers

When handled poorly, many devices can slow performance, disrupt security, and interfere with proper network operation. Register for this on-demand webinar to gain insight from the experts on how to manage devices like these, ensuring a strong network and a positive experience for end users.

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