Author Archives: Nayef Smith

LITS Networking Team seeks to dramatically improve hospital wireless usability

There is an upcoming effort to consolidate wireless services in the Emory University Healthcare. The plan is to move specific devices off of shared network services, then combine the remaining services into one network. This effort is made possible, in part, by leveraging the recent investment in EmoryGuest. The devices that are being moved to […]

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Goodbye, Dooleynet, hello Self-Registration Portal

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The recent retirement of Dooleynet and implementation of the Self-Registration Portal are two technology shifts meant to simplify and improve the student connectivity experience at Emory. This pair of efforts are the final deliverables of LITS’ Network Access Control (NAC) phase 2 project. These changes leverage Emory’s recent investments in NAC technologies, enabling the improved […]

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Emory’s guest wireless undergoes big change

Emory’s Library and Information Technology Services (LITS) has announced a significant improvement to the guest wi-fi experience while on campus. For years, EmoryGuest, the free wi-fi provided to Emory visitors was a restrictive experience. Starting on May 12, visitors to Emory will enjoy significantly improved performance with fewer restrictions. The wi-fi industry is trending toward […]

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Wireless improvements across network services

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It has been a busy year for LITS Network Engineering. With all of the wireless improvements across Network Services, there are clearly a lot of good things going on. The following is a list of some of the work that has kept the team busy. Monitor Everything phase 2 – All wireless access points (APs) and […]

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