• Alleged car hack prompts call for vehicle security act, DMCA exemption

    News roundup: A wireless car hack demonstration has pushed vehicle security legislation and DMCA exemptions into the spotlight, and prompted a manufacturer recall. Plus: Hacking Team update; DHS email issues; smartwatches vulnerable to attack.

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  • Farnham Castle deploys self-adjusting wireless internet access

    Staff at Farnham Castle Conference Centre in Surrey have overcome challenges at the 900-year-old site by implementing a self-regulating wireless network to meet visitor demand for access to the internet throughout the venue.

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  • What does your organization look for in a wireless intrusion prevention system?

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  • Seven criteria for purchasing a wireless intrusion prevention system

    Expert George V. Hulme details the important criteria to weigh when evaluating wireless intrusion prevention systems for enterprise security.

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  • Wireless upgrade impact on the wired network

    Wireless upgrades have an impact on the wired LAN. Find out how the upgrade affects switching, cabling, power, WAN links and Internet circuits.

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  • Wireless laptop evolution

    If you're cycling out older laptops or deploying a whole new fleet you need to read this. In this feature column, Lisa Phifer explores the technologies and wireless interfaces you should consider when you purchase your next laptop.

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  • Wireless could unify networks, conference speakers say

    Sure, wireless gear is a culprit in the complexity of networks today. But it also has great potential to act as a unifying force to simplify and converge networks, according to speakers at the Gartner Wireless Access conference in Los Angeles.

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  • Expert: Hows, whats and whys of wireless

    Ever since wireless services for business started emerging, they have been adopted in fits and starts. A few good ideas have edged into some verticals, like manufacturing and field force, but widespread mobile adoption remains elusive. Tim Scannell, a site expert for SearchMobileComputing.com and...

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  • Vendors square off over wideness of ultra wideband

    Many believe the short-range wireless technology could one day replace USB and make cords all but extinct, but the technology's future is a subject of intense debate.

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  • Mobile Trends: Analyst offers his $.02 on wireless billing

    Wireless deployments, whether voice or data, often are expensive not because the services are overpriced, but because the monthly billing is so poorly managed.

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