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MICHAEL AROUND THE WEB




Michael Finneran

Michael F. Finneran, is President of dBrn Associates, Inc., a full service advisory firm specializing in wireless and mobility; services include research, policy development, purchase analysis, and security/technology assessment. With over 40 years in the networking field and wide range of experience, he is a widely recognized expert in the field. Author of Voice Over Wireless LANs: The Complete Guide (Elsevier, 2008), Michael's expertise spans the full range of wireless technologies including Wi-Fi, 3G/4G Cellular, WiMAX, and RFID.

Michael has appeared at hundreds of trade shows and industry conferences; he also helps plan the Mobility track at Enterprise Connect. In the consulting area, he has provided assistance to carriers, equipment vendors, end users, and investment firms in the U.S. and overseas.

A prolific writer, for twenty-three years he wrote the Networking Intelligence column for Business Communications Review. He now contributes on wireless and mobility to No Jitter as well as UC Strategies. He has published numerous articles and white papers and has contributed to InformationWeek, Computerworld, Data Communications, The Ticker, and The ACUTA Journal. Well respected as an educator, Mr. Finneran has conducted over 2,000 seminars on networking topics in the U.S., Europe, Latin America, Africa, and Asia.

 
Recent posts by Michael


December 14, 2016
Cloud UC is being rapidly adopted in the enterprise, but recent research has shown many organizations continue to be challenged with how to effectively integrate cloud in their existing UC ecosystem. ...
November 30, 2016
With cloud communications platforms and SIP/SIP trunking APIs, enterprises have the opportunity to embed real-time voice and video calling within business applications and processes while leveraging e...
November 9, 2016
Workers increasingly demand access to videoconferencing from any device, and from any Meanwhile, IT leaders struggle to support client downloads and plug-ins, and the network impacts of growing video...