NBN coming to town? Are you ready?


It’s been quite a journey following the NBN, and its nearly everywhere now. But there are so many types of NBN, so how can you know what type is right for you? A lot of the NBN connections types available are dictated by your area’s infrastructure, so generally you won’t have control over what

NBN coming to town? Are you ready?2017-08-11T10:02:02+10:00

Why separating 2.4ghz and 5ghz can speed up your network!


Since the iPhone 5 was released in 2012, we have had client devices that are capable of operating on the 5ghz channels. So why are we still focusing on devices that are only 2.4ghz capable and degrading the experience for all the 5ghz users? If you have a device that is newer that 2012, the

Why separating 2.4ghz and 5ghz can speed up your network!2017-06-30T10:55:33+10:00

My Liveport – Chain wide authentication


The Hotel Home Experience Imagine a world where you could walk into any hotel in a chain and easily connect to the WiFi, without having to complete long forms or having to jump through hoops to get online. What if you could stream your own movies and content straight to the big screen in your

My Liveport – Chain wide authentication2017-01-11T12:14:15+11:00

My Liveport – Social Login


We know that most users want to get online as quickly as possible, with the least amount of form filling and friction. That’s why we have designed our system to get guests online with ease. Social Login gives the ability of customers to log on to the Wi-Fi using their existing social media accounts like

My Liveport – Social Login2017-01-11T11:40:06+11:00

What is Data Retention, and how does it affect you?


Data Retention / Meta Data There has been a lot of talk lately regarding Data Retention or Meta Data and what it means for Public Wireless Vendors like yourself.  This blog post is a short summary of what Meta data is and what it means for you. We have done some research and have some

What is Data Retention, and how does it affect you?2016-12-19T15:08:06+11:00

The New Wave in WiFi. 5GHz vs. 2.4 GHz


As more and more wireless devices hit the mainstream (IDC says a crazy 2 billion will use mobile technology to access the internet in 2016), the airwaves are getting a bit crowded. Currently most Wi-Fi systems run on whats called the 2.4GHz band, which has been a very effective frequency for Wi-Fi. However, due to a growing

The New Wave in WiFi. 5GHz vs. 2.4 GHz2016-12-19T15:11:16+11:00

What is a Router, Gateway, Repeater and Controller?


When it comes to WiFi networks there are many acronyms and definitions making it seem like you're learning a new language. Don't worry, we're here to help! :) Keep in mind this is a broad overview and without trying to make your head spin, here are some definitions to help bring clarity to your WiFi Network:

What is a Router, Gateway, Repeater and Controller?2016-11-21T11:15:13+11:00

The New WiFi: Meeting Your Customers Where They Are.


WiFi has evolved dramatically. Traditionally, WiFi was a luxury that allowed us to browse webpages and check email. Today, WiFi is connecting family and friends through Facebook, Twitter and many other social media streams, while allowing business meetings to take place anywhere, any time with any one thanks to Skype and FaceTime. But that’s not

The New WiFi: Meeting Your Customers Where They Are.2016-11-21T11:19:32+11:00

Your IT department needs help with WiFi


IT departments are brilliant. They are the leaders and “go-to” people who keep your business running smooth on a day to day basis. They monitor your server, keep your software up-to-date and become the “techies” that you look to when there is an issue because they are the experts for your business. They can do

Your IT department needs help with WiFi2016-11-21T11:20:13+11:00