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Android 2.2.3 Now Available

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Android 2.2.3 successfully made it through Beta Testing and is now available to all customers on the Google Play store. Android Agent 2.2.3 will go out as an Auto-update to any customers that have auto-updates enabled.  If not, you can go to the Play Store, click on our app, and click the “Update” button to manually update your agent. ***Please Note:  If you’ve been running...

Cloud Managed vs Cloud Analytics

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When discussing wifi hardware options with customers, sometimes they become confused about whether or not they need a Cloud Managed access point solution to use a cloud based WiFi Analytics access point solution. There are also customers with security concerns about their “local network data being in the cloud” when it comes to WiFi Analytics. So let’s start at the beginning. Cloud Managed...

Aerohive plugin now available

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Who’s On My WiFi is happy to announce the release of our new Aerohive Plugin. Now anyone with Aerohive access points can connect directly to Who’s On My WiFi Analytics.  Who’s On My WiFi Analytics offers additional insights and analysis with no additional hardware.  All that is required is a Hive Manager Select account as well as a Who’s On My WiFi Analytics account.  The integration...

Aruba Plugin Now Available

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Who’s On My WiFi is happy to announce completion of our Aruba integration and the release of our new Aruba Plugin. The East Meadow Public Library in East Meadow, New York became the first customer to use the new plugin.  They booted up their server last Wednesday morning and began receiving Who’s On My WiFi statistics without the use of an additional agent. Now anyone with an Aruba network can...

Windows 4.0.5 Now Available

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Windows Agent 4.0.5 successfully made it through Beta Testing and is now available to all customers. You can download this from the Windows agent page on the main website. ***Please Note:  If you’ve been running 4.0.2, 4.0.3, or 4.0.4, and you’re using our analytics service, when you update to 4.0.5, you’ll notice that the Windows software is not auto-connecting to online. To re...

New Demo Video

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We’ve released a new demo video today. The demo shows some of our Analytics system features and also how it is used to analyze physical spaces providing statistics on dwell time, return visitation rates, and more. The Pivot Who’s On My WiFi has dramatically changed and improved since it’s founding. Originally starting off in the security space, we made the transition to Location...

Windows 4.0.5 Beta Edition

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We have just released the Beta Version of Who’s On My WiFi Windows 4.0.5 Version 4.0.5 contains the following Changes: The setup wizard is now more streamlined with fewer clicks to get started. Version 4.0.5 connects to Analytics API 2.0.  Our new Analytics API improves analysis of larger and more complicated networks.  The new API also allows better filtering and tagging per IP Range...

Privacy in the era of Big Data

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Your identity is your most precious asset. This includes the decisions, emotions, and thoughts that make you unique, ground your perspectives, and connect you with like-minded people. It has also become the hottest commodity in the world.  How to maintain the privacy of your identity while still providing useful services to you as a customer has become a heated debate. Big data creates stories we...

5 Reasons WiFi is the Champion of Presence Analytics

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For years a battle has been raging over the field of presence analytics. Businesses want in-store metrics to track visitors like they do website traffic, and several new technologies have risen to the task. Only 1 method is supreme, and we’ll break down how each technology works to show you the winner. The 6 Methods of Automated Detection There are 6 ways to track foot traffic: Beam Counters...

Collecting Analytics Using a Unique Identifier

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Sometimes people ask us why they should be using WiFi Analytics at their store or public venue.  After all, beam counters and video cameras have been around for years.  So what’s the value in monitoring the WiFi network if you already have other means of people counting or general visibility? There are several reasons to monitor WiFi activity at your store or public space to improve...

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