Profile of Lee Badman
News & Commentary Posts: 9
Lee is a Wireless Network Architect for a large private university. He has also tought classes on networking, wireless network administration, and wireless security. Lee's technical background includes 10 years in the US Air Force as an Electronic Warfare systems technician and Master Technical Training Instructor, and a stint in telecommunications in the private sector. Lee is an active Extra Class amateur radio operator (KI2K), and has a wide range of technical hobbies. He has helped organize and has presented at several higher education and industry conferences, and has done extensive freelance writing work for a number of IT, low voltage, and communications periodicals. Follow him on Twitter at @wirednot, and read his personal blog at wirednot.wordpress.com.
Articles by Lee Badman
Cloud-managed wireless networks offer significant benefits, but IT must consider cloud downsides to make an informed choice.
As wireless technologies take precedence in the enterprise, WLANs have become complex deployments. Here's a look at the evolving array of wireless options.
Updated Bluetooth specification paves the way for the wireless standard to play a big role in the Internet of Things market.
Sports stadiums are implementing large-scale wireless LANs like crazy. The strategies and challenges of stadium WiFi can apply to enterprise WLANs, too.
How do the cloud wireless LAN offerings stack up? We take a look at Aruba's new cloud WiFi service in relation to others on the market.
At the beginning of every semester, university wireless networks face a massive BYOD challenge. Wireless network onboarding services ease the pain.
Tablets in K-12 and higher education should not be technology for technology's sake.