6 questions to ask yourself before buying WiFi Analytics

If you've been considering monitoring the wireless network of your event space, city hall, or coffee shop, you probably have quite a few questions about whether or not you really need a WiFi Analytics solution in the first place. We created an article in our new resources section to help you make the decision about whether or not a WiFi Analytics solution is really what you need, or if something else might be a better fit. You can read the article here: Do I really need a WiFi Analytics…


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…


WiFi Analytics Interview

Co-Founder John Kerber was interviewed today by Network Diagnostic website LMTV regarding the new field of Location Analytics, and how to make physical locations smarter with the newly released WiFi Analytics platform from Who's On My WiFi.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbHULks4A3M


Interviewed by the Oklahoman

John talking with The Daily OklahomanTalking with The Oklahoman Who's On My WiFi met with a reporter and photographer from The Oklahoman the morning of the first. We discussed the new router and talked about our upcoming Indiegogo launch on May 15th.  Exciting times for the company!


CNET and Local News coverage

We wanted to let our regular readers know that we were recently covered by CNET on cnet.com as well as channel 4 in San Antonio on their morning Tech Segment. We thought you might like to see how we're being covered in the media. Here is the story listed on CNET: http://www.cnet.com/how-to/see-who-is-using-your-wifi-on-windows/ Here is the story from WOAI News 4 in San Antonio: http://news4sanantonio.com/news/features/top-stories/stories/whos-my-wifi-tells-you-tapping-in-15128.shtml Thanks…


Startup Accelerator

Hi everyone, We're proud to announce that Who's On My Wifi has been accepted into the Launch Oklahoma Startup Accelerator class of 2014. For those of you who don't know what a startup accelerator is, it's kind of like bootcamp for startups. We'll be meeting with mentors, successful entrepreneurs, other growing startups and more of the tech community in an effort to help our startup grow and refine how it operates. We're very excited to be part of the 2014 class! http://www.launchoklahoma.com/


SXSW Buffalo Lounge Pitch Contest Winner!

Who's On My Wifi was selected as the Startup Pitch Contest winner at the Oklahoma Buffalo Lounge at South by Southwest this past weekend in Austin! The Pitch Contest had 10 Oklahoma based startups each showing off their latest creations and were judged on the pitch and viability of the product. We wanted to say thanks to the Chamber of Commerce and I2E for hosting the event. We also wanted to say thanks to the judges for selecting us. It was an awesome experience to meet the other startup…


What is PING? And what does it do?

The trusted PING command that has been available for years used to be the de-facto standard for seeing if a computer was up and running or if it was down. Simple example of how to use PING. In the following example, I have 2 computers connected to my computer network. The first is a computer at IP Address 192.168.1.102.  It is connected to the network and is currently powered on. The 2nd computer is at IP Address 192.168.1.101.  It is also connected to the network, but the power is currently…


What is the difference between an IP Address and a MAC Address?

What is the difference between an IP Address and a MAC Address? What is an IP Address? An IP Address is a numeric representation of a device (computer, game console, etc.) on a computer network that uses TCP/IP to communicate (the logical connection of most of the internet). What is a MAC Address? A MAC Address is a numeric representation of a device (computer, game console, etc.) on a computer network that uses Ethernet to communicate (the physical connection between most computers and…


Why do computers need both MAC Addresses and IP Addresses?

We know from previous posts that each computer has both an IP Address and a MAC Address assigned to it. But, why is this? If every computer in order to communicate with each other needed to be physically connected to each other, all networks either would become complicated very quickly or they would stay small. Imagine if in order to go to google.com you had to have a physical wire connecting your computer out to Palo Alto California, just to see their website.  Now imagine, you also needed a…