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March 1, 2008  4:48 AM

Rogue Wireless Devices Create Security Risk



Posted by: Tony Bradley
802.11, 802.11n, BlackBerry, iPhone, Mobile, Mobile device, wi-fi, WiMAX, Wireless

Wireless networks can be cost effective and help employees to be more productive, freeing them to move about while still maintaining access to necessary data and network resources. Since the inception of wireless networking though, corporations have struggled with the security implications. With...

February 27, 2008  3:53 AM

Wi-Fi and Cellular Converge To Improve Productivity



Posted by: Tony Bradley
802.11, 802.11n, BlackBerry, Mobile, Mobile device, Office Communications Server 2007, Office Communicator 2007, SIP, UCC, Unified Communications, VoIP, wi-fi

One of the promises, or benefits, of unified communications is being able to communicate with people where they are when you need them. The concept of 'presence' in Microsoft's UCC (Unified Communications and Collaboration) is designed so that you can tell if a person is available or not, the...


February 24, 2008  1:53 PM

Wi-Fi Networks Enter 4th Generation



Posted by: Tony Bradley
802.11, 802.11n, Mobile, Mobile device, wi-fi, Wireless

New 4th-generation wireless networking equipment is entering the market. We started with consumer-based wireless equipment with virtually no security, then enterprise quality products with improved security were released. The current standard, the 3rd-generation wireless networks, have centralized...


January 3, 2008  6:38 PM

Choosing a Wireless Platform



Posted by: Tony Bradley
3g, 802.11, 802.11n, Mobile, Mobile device, wi-fi, WiMAX, Wireless

If you are a road-warrior and do most, if not all, of your computing from anywhere but your desk in your office, you need to know how to stay connected. Whether you are in a hotel, driving down the interstate, waiting for a flight at an airport, or stopping off for a cup of coffee, you want to be...


September 27, 2007  7:00 PM

Wired Networks R.I.P.



Posted by: Tony Bradley
802.11n, Ethernet, Gigabit ethernet, wi-fi, Wireless

According to a recent report from Burton Group Senior Analyst Paul DeBeasi, the end of wired Ethernet networking is at hand. Comparing the features and functionality of the latest standards- 802.11n wireless vs. wired Gigabit Ethernet- DeBeasi concludes that the benefits of an 802.11n network will...


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