Category: Wi-Fi and Hotspot

As you begin planning your upcoming events, you may be thinking it’s time to go back to in-person only. After all, most people would agree that in-person events add a key human-interaction element that is…

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After months or even years of research and development, testing, trial-runs, pre-releases, customer feedback, and more – you’re finally ready for your big product launch event. While it’s exciting to reach this point after so…

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Few things in life are more frustrating than dealing with a spotty WiFi connection, and it always seems to happen at the worst times. Whether it’s an important Zoom meeting with the boss or right…

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Virtual interviews are commonplace now, across just about every industry. Partly because of the pandemic’s effects, but also partly because of advancements in technology, virtual interviews are likely here to stay. They offer various benefits…

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You may have heard the term “experiential marketing” before. This refers to marketing tactics that focus on creating a full, sensory experience for users, rather than a passive experience — here are some famous examples….

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5G internet gets a lot of hype—and for good reason. We’ve discussed before why it’s so groundbreaking, and how using it can benefit your virtual, in-person, or hybrid event or conference.  One catch, however, is…

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If we were asked what we consider the most important part of hosting a successful event, we know what we’d answer without hesitation: reliable internet. Now that events are just as often virtual as they…

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It’s hard to overstate the importance of thoroughly planning out your event’s Wi-Fi capability. While we don’t know when large in-person events will resume, some smaller in-person events are starting to take place this summer….

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As much as we’d like to answer with a resounding “yes,” the short answer is that it’s not exactly likely for full-scale, large events. President Biden announced recently that 90% of adult Americans would be eligible…

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We’ve written before about how difficult it can be to maintain engagement when you’re hosting a virtual or hybrid event. Remote audiences are open to all kinds of distractions, and it can be hard to…

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