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Co-Founder, WaveGard
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Grant Moerschel is co-founder of WaveGard, a cybersecurity consulting firm that empowers clients in a quest to reduce sensitive data risks. His 24 years of experience encompasses network engineering, IT risk management, and next-generation security controls. In past lives, he worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Tetra Tech. In addition to his writing for InformationWeek, he authored a WiFi security book for McGraw-Hill, a Cisco security technologies book for Cisco Press, and (ISC)2 courseware. He loves hanging out with his family, running, cooking, and building projects and gadgets. He earned his BS from the University of Delaware.
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Enterprise Wi-Fi Survey

9/17/2010
I'm working on a followup to my last State of Wi-Fi report, which garnered huge response. A lot has happened: This time last year, the IEEE promoted 802.11n to an official standard. The Wi-Fi Alliance quickly followed by declaring any 802.11n DRAFT 2.0 devices as "n CERTIFIED." But has any of that changed your plans for displacing copper to the desktop with a WLAN?

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