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Out in Front of Education IT and E-Rate

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OXEN Technology assists over 300 schools in 5 states and have done hundreds of E-Rate projects. We proudly partner with schools to provide the best technology available to hundreds of thousands of students every year. Watch this video from our own Chris Garvin and Marcus Pitts, the Technology Director of Checotah Public Schools in Oklahoma, as they discuss why we love providing technology to schools. If you would like to discover more about how we partner with schools, please get in touch with us today!   E-Rate is Now Available to More Schools… We would love to review your current…

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Why do a wireless survey?

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We provide three different types of wireless surveys, to be done before and after the installation of wireless access points. These surveys have different purposes. Our free predictive survey is a rough, “best effort” estimation done remotely. Our on-site pre-survey is based off of the predictive survey; it is done on location and determines obstructions that may cause signal loss that may not have been seen on the predictive survey. Our on-site post-survey is done after wireless units are installed to create accurate documentation of the installation and determine if there are any configuration issues to be addressed. What are the differences between these three wireless…

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Improving your wireless situation

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Wireless is not glamorous, but it is becoming one of the most important parts of a school’s infrastructure. And it will become that important in the corporate world soon. Gartner has said the average college student has 13 wireless devices (that includes cell phones using wireless, gaming systems, computers, tablets, along with appliances to back them all up). The problem already facing our school systems will soon be facing the companies and businesses we work with, and that time is coming fast. In the past, people were willing to give up the speed that came with plugging into a wall…

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