Cohort Analysis

Cohort Analysis is now generally available for all WhoFi customers. The cohort function was added for directors of locations that wanted to see the direct impact of programs and events within their spaces. Rather than looking at your patrons as a single unit, breaking them into cohorts will help to identify patterns throughout the patrons life cycle. For example, if you host a popular Creative Writing group that is on Mondays afternoons, you can add all the patrons that attend  into a cohort…


WhoFi Windows version 5.0 is now generally available

Windows version 5.0.5 was released last week on June 7th, 2019. Version 5.0.5 is the first generally available version of the Windows 5 series. With Windows Agent version 5, WhoFi has made some  major changes from previous versions. Who's It For We changed the focus of the company from security to WiFi Analytics and Presence Analytics in 2015.  However our free Windows version continued to be written about in consumer blogs and tech magazines as it was still useful.  Although we've always…


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Insights Emails

We are excited to announce the new Insights Emails from WhoFi that you, our customer, will start receiving early in June. The Insights Emails are a first step in helping directors or managers get a simple, digestible view of what is happening at their venue, and simple relevant steps to help improve their space. From customer conversations, it became clear that numbers for numbers sake are worthless. You don't want a bunch of numbers. You want to be able to know what's happening quickly and…


Aerohive plugin now available

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 is seamless and can handle both single and multi-location systems. The trend towards WiFi data being used to…


Aruba Plugin Now Available

Who’s On My WiFi is happy to announce the 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 plug in directly to Who’s On My WiFi Analytics with no additional hardware.  All that is required…


Meraki Agent

Who’s On My WiFi is happy to announce that our Meraki detection agent is now generally available. What is Meraki? Meraki is a cloud-managed network hardware company owned by Cisco.  Cloud-managed means that once you set up the access point or switch hardware on your network, all of the configurations are managed through their cloud dashboard. What is the Who’s On My WiFi Meraki Agent? Client’s utilizing Meraki Access Points now have an option to directly connect their APs to our analytics…


Who Is On My Wifi version 2.0.7

Version 2.0.7 of Who Is On My Wifi was released this evening. This latest release contains the following changes: Enhancements: Blocking This one has been a long time in the making.  We have released a blocking feature in the software.  So, now, when you see an intruder on your network that has been detected by Who's On My Wifi, you have the ability to block them.  What this will basically do is cut them off from the internet so they would just choose to connect to someone else's wireless.…


Router Plugin 1.0.2

Version 1.0.2 of the Who Is On My Wifi Router Plugin was released this afternoon. This release contained bug fixes and optimizations and also made the plugin compatible with Tomato Routers.  We will be providing more information about the Tomato Router Plugin as it becomes available. BUG FIXES / OPTIMIZATIONS: Installing the updated version of the plugin losing settings For those of you who installed the 1.0.0 or 1.0.1 version of the Who's On My Wifi Plugin, you might have noticed that when you…


OpenWRT Router Plugin 1.0.1

Version 1.0.1 of Who Is On My Wifi OpenWRT Router Plugin was released this afternoon. This release fixed bugs related to performance and optimization. BUG FIXES: Decrease memory usage on less powerful routers We detected an increase in memory usage on smaller routers with lower ram.  We changed this to decrease the amount of total memory in use and remove unused components from memory. Added changes to better handle network glitches and blocking This newer version does a better job of detecting…


Text Message Alerts now available in Online

We have just released a new version of our Online system that allows for Text Message notification when an Unknown device is detected on someone's local network. All you need to do to set this up is go to Notifications and either Add or Edit a notification, and change the Notification Type from E-mail to Text, and then type in your Cell Phone number where you want to receive the real time alert. Text Message alerts are currently only allowed for US phone numbers, but we hope to add support for…