Win a WAC510 Insight Access Point: Share your Business Deployment Story
Now’s your chance to win an Insight Access Point!
How to enter: Post an accepted NETGEAR Business Deployment Story between March 10, 2020 and March 31, 2020 and you’ll be entered to win a top-selling NETGEAR Insight WAC510 Dual-Band AC PoE-powered access point.
What is a Business Deployment Story?
Deployment Stories are a community area where active community members can share details about their network implementations so others in the NETGEAR Community can find ideas, inspiration, or solutions for their own business deployments. Are you proud of your cabling setup? Did you put an Orbi Pro Outdoor Satellite in an interesting location? Did you create a clever VLAN setup? We want to know about it and share it! While reading deployment stories you can quickly tab between posts and content, and Kudos to upvote your favorite stories. Post your deployment story NOW to enter to win a WAC510 access point.
Simply post a deployment story here, don’t forget to add a photo of your business deployment. Please only submit stories about NETGEAR Business products for this event such as switches, VNP Routers, ReadyNAS, Business Access Points and Orbi Pro are allowed at this time. You should consider posts about one or more of the above devices. Devices above used in a home or home-office settings are also acceptable. If you are not sure, feel free to post. We can always redirect your story to another board, but it won't be accepted as an entry. We look forward to seeing your stories! Good Luck!
After the end of submission dates, 3x Deployment stories will be randomly selected to win one of 3x WAC510 Access points.
Re: Win a WAC510 Insight Access Point: Share your Business Deployment Story
I live in Belgium where half the country speaks Dutch and the other half speaks French.
I manage a national non-profit organization that has a facebook page and instagram account that helps young Belgian citizens understand how politics work in our country. We publish a lot of content and educational infographics. My question: Should we have separate facebook pages and IG accounts for both languages? Or should we systematically translate the content and post both translations together?