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A category is a WikiName that exploits the reverse linking feature of our wiki software. If you click on the title of a category page, you'll get a list of all the pages belonging to that category. To get a list of all categories, click above on the Category''''''Category title. Premier issue of Mobile Business Advisor magazine
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I received the premier issue of Mobile Business Advisor magazine this week. It contains two articles on WiFi.

The first article is called, "Calling All Business Owners: Give Your Customers a Wireless Connection" written by Lee Barken, "IT Expert."

http://mobilebusinessadvisor.com/doc/11166

SUMMARY:

Why Wi-Fi?
 - More and more Wi-Fi-enabled devices shipping
 - Attract customers
 - Differentiate yourself from competitors
 - Will ultimately be a ubiquitous amenity

Business models: We'll leave the Wi-Fi on for you
 - Some hotels offer free Wi-Fi in public areas
 - Other hotspots charge for access

Legal Liability
 - Your connection can be used for good and bad
 - Paid plan safer due to login requirement
 -- one option is to have users sign up for free account

Don't try this at home
 - Talks about home-based node phenomenon & issues

Hardware and software solutions
 - Lists players
 -- Boingo, NetNearU, Joltage, and Cafe.com

Building your own hotspot
 - DIY hotspot and vendors including
 -- IP3Networks, Nomadix, FatPort, and Sputnik

Are you ready?
Article wrap-up

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Premier issue of Mobile Business Advisor magazine

I received the premier issue of Mobile Business Advisor magazine this week. It contains two articles on WiFi.

The first article is called, "Calling All Business Owners: Give Your Customers a Wireless Connection" written by Lee Barken, "IT Expert."

http://mobilebusinessadvisor.com/doc/11166

SUMMARY:

Why Wi-Fi?

  • - More and more Wi-Fi-enabled devices shipping - Attract customers - Differentiate yourself from competitors - Will ultimately be a ubiquitous amenity

Business models: We'll leave the Wi-Fi on for you

  • - Some hotels offer free Wi-Fi in public areas - Other hotspots charge for access

Legal Liability

  • - Your connection can be used for good and bad - Paid plan safer due to login requirement -- one option is to have users sign up for free account

Don't try this at home

  • - Talks about home-based node phenomenon & issues

Hardware and software solutions

  • - Lists players -- Boingo, NetNearU, Joltage, and Cafe.com

Building your own hotspot

  • - DIY hotspot and vendors including

    -- IP3Networks, Nomadix, FatPort, and Sputnik

Are you ready? Article wrap-up

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