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How to Survive a Horror Movie (or a Day at Work) with Wi-Fi

  • How to Survive a Horror Movie (or a Day at Work) with Wi-Fi-

    'It's Jaaack!'

    You're trapped in the middle of nowhere. The roads are closed with snow, the neighbors have suddenly moved away, and the boss is using an axe on your office door. Quick! Make a call, send a text, get on your email – except you can't because your call keeps getting dropped thanks to a weak signal. When cell connections fail, Wi-Fi calling provides a great backup plan, whether it's connecting with the police or an overseas client who needs your help to wrap up an important project.

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How to Survive a Horror Movie (or a Day at Work) with Wi-Fi

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    'It's Jaaack!'

    You're trapped in the middle of nowhere. The roads are closed with snow, the neighbors have suddenly moved away, and the boss is using an axe on your office door. Quick! Make a call, send a text, get on your email – except you can't because your call keeps getting dropped thanks to a weak signal. When cell connections fail, Wi-Fi calling provides a great backup plan, whether it's connecting with the police or an overseas client who needs your help to wrap up an important project.

It's that time of year again, when ghoulies and ghosties and long-legged beasties go bump in the night! For most of us, though, it can seem like we're in a horror movie all year long – one where masked madmen, ghosts and demons come crawling out of our mobile devices to empty our bank accounts, disrupt network signals, overload systems, and spy on company data. And like the characters in a horror movie, we all too often make poor decisions when it comes to Wi-Fi. In this slideshow, Xirrus has outlined a guide to achieving a better ending with enterprise Wi-Fi and connectivity.