MicroScope: October 2013
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MicroScope - October 2013

Walk into a reception at a business, the lounge at your friend's home or through the doors into a shop and you expect to be able to connect to wi-fi. The technology is getting to the point where it is not restricted by size and customers across the board are looking to adopt wi-fi, making it a particularly interesting time for resellers that are poised to provide products and services into this market.  Access >>>

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