Cisco #WirelessTuesday

Once a month I invite wireless industry experts, consultants, and people responsible for the products we all use to chat on interesting, relevant topics.  No marketing fluff!  Our sleeves are rolled up and we’re ready to work.

The #WirelessTuesday Podcast is available on iTunes or by simply directing your favorite Podcast player to this feed.  New episodes are available monthly and occasionally mid-month with a special edition. On this page you’ll find a link to summary articles where we post the audience questions and guest responses.

You’re Invited!

You are invited to participate in the live podcast recordings each month!  We use Cisco WebEx Event Center and you can use the Upcoming Events section of this page to register for each session.

Please subscribe to the #WirelessTuesday email list to stay up-to-date with an event reminder and follow-up message each month.

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Upcoming Events

Date Topic Detail
January 9, 2018 WiFi Troubleshooting Tools and Top Issues Fielded by Cisco TAC Register to Attend Live Recording
February 6, 2018 Topic and special guest to be announced soon! Register to Attend Live Recording
March 6, 2018 Topic and special guest to be announced soon! Register to Attend Live Recording
April 3, 2018 Topic and special guest to be announced soon! Register to Attend Live Recording
May 1, 2018 Topic and special guest to be announced soon! Register to Attend Live Recording
June 5, 2018 Topic and special guest to be announced soon! Register to Attend Live Recording

Past Events

Date Topic Detail
December 5, 2017 Best Practices (& Update) on Location Based Services –
I would like to make a public thanks to Darryl Sladden, Senior Product Manager here at Cisco! He gave us an update on the innovations we’ve made that perform analysis on the who, how, and where your wireless devices are. Innovations that include something we use here at Cisco to optimize the use of real estate, yielding $20M per year in savings or cost avoidance.

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November 7, 2017 Update on the WPA2 KRACK WiFi Vulnerabilities –
I have asked Stephen Orr, Distinguished SE here at Cisco to weigh in on the WPA2 vulnerabilities known as KRACK and Cisco’s (and the industry’s) response. Stephen just got back from some WFA meetings where it was a hot topic. He’s recently Tweeted things like “this too shall pass,” suggested that even WITH the vulnerabilities WPA2 is still more secure than WEP, and advised us #DontPanic. I’m really looking forward to his perspective.

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September 29, 2017 Fabric Wireless (aka SD-Wireless) –
After a short sabbatical, let’s reboot #WirelessFriday with a bang!   There’s a lot of talk about software-defined-this and software-defined-that which muddies the water and makes it difficult to figure out what’s real.  For this month we will dive in to what Software Defined Wireless really is, how it works, and why we need to plan for it now.

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April 28, 2017 My Favorite Features of Cisco HDX
April’s topic is Cisco’s High Density Experience (HDX) features. We covered and demo’d 7 of the prominent HDX features. Thanks to Allan Ross for being the featured speaker.

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March 24, 2017 Wireless Tricks from a Cisco Insider – Ever get frustrated looking for an up-to-date white-paper on a specific topic? Wonder if the controller code versions mean anything? What features require what versions of software (and hardware)? We will tackle these and more in the next #WirelessFriday event.

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February 24, 2017 WiFi Optimization
The topic of the February Wireless Friday Webinar will be Wi-Fi Optimization. Clients are using more real-time and higher bandwidth applications. Your Wi-Fi network needs adapt to a constantly changing environment. The webinar will include mini-demos on health dashboards, flexible radio assignment, and application prioritization.

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January 20, 2017 ISE for Guest Access – This next session will be all about GUEST ACCESS. We will answer questions such as: Is there a technical reason why guest access should be super easy? What kind of self-service guest authorization mechanisms are there? What would the guest experience be and how is that managed on the back-end?

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