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WLAN testing: Wireless intrusion prevention systems and centralized testing tools

Discussion  WLAN testing has grown to accommodate the full-time surveillance necessary for super-speed 802.11n technology and mobile applications. Now WLAN testing can be done with AP-based wireless intrusion prevention systems and more.

Last updated: Nov 16, 2013   3:54 PM GMT   |    Intrusion prevention, WLAN
Integrating the Evolved Packet Core for seamless 3G/4G mobile backhaul

Discussion  When transitioning from 3G to 4G networks, wireless operators must plan carefully to migrate and integrate mobile backhaul so it accommodates both the new Evolved Packet Core for LTE and traditional TDM-based backhaul solutions.

Last updated: Apr 30, 2014   6:23 PM GMT  
Mobile Orchestration: Using Web services to empower your mobile workforce

Discussion  Dramatic advances in wireless Internet connectivity have organizations looking for ways to improve the productivity of mobile workers. As they are finding, unfortunately, technologies like WiFi and Intel's Centrino only set the stage for mobile workforce productivity growth. The real growth will com...

Last updated: May 31, 2014   12:25 AM GMT  
Sprint's mobility service bucks BYOD trend - Best of Enterprise Connect 2016 award finalists

Discussion  In response to the BYOD trend in many enterprises today, Sprint launched Mobility-as-a-Service last year to help businesses regain control of their employees' wireless usage. Sprint's mobility service lets businesses select mobile devices, data plans and service terms.

Last updated: Mar 7, 2016   2:06 PM GMT   |    BYOD, Mobility, Sprint
mobile hotspot

Discussion  A mobile hotspot is wireless Internet connectivity that is enabled by a dedicated hardware device or a smartphone feature that shares the phone's cellular data. Mobile hotspots are also known as portable hotspots, and the hardware devices used to create them, known as pocket routers, are sometimes r...

Last updated: Apr 14, 2016   11:57 PM GMT   |    Hotspots, Mobile
Persistent, secure connections for roaming WiMAX, 3G and 802.11x

Discussion  With the proliferation of wireless services, mobile workers who must communicate over both the LAN and WAN seek secure, persistent connections for their wireless devices across WiMAX, 3G and 802.11 networks. Learn how to help keep these connections available and secure on your network.

Last updated: Nov 12, 2013   7:59 AM GMT  
The case for mobile outsourcing

Discussion  Adding mobile applications and services to an IT environment sounds like a great plan, until reality sets in. Managing applications, devices and users is tough enough, but dealing with new issues like wireless availability, billing for mobile services, and making voice and data work together can be ...

Last updated: Nov 25, 2013   4:03 AM GMT   |    Mobile, Outsourcing
Mobile CRM and sales force: Top five headlines

Discussion  Mobile capabilities in CRM and sales force automation (SFA) systems are becoming more common, cheaper and easier to use. With the prevalence of BlackBerrys and wireless networks, even small and midmarket companies can justify mobile CRM costs. This collection of top headlines will get you up to date...

Last updated: Dec 12, 2013   4:11 AM GMT   |    Mobile CRM, Sales force automation, SFA
4G evolution: LTE gains mobile operator backing

Discussion  The two 4G wireless broadband network technologies, Long Term Evolution LTE and WiMAX, each have their own advantages. But mobile operators are leaning toward LTE as an evolution from 3G for reasons that make financial and operational sense. This article looks at why LTE has become the 4G favorite a...

Last updated: Apr 30, 2014   6:23 PM GMT  
The secrets to cheap, easy and successful wireless apps

Discussion  Wireless applications can seem to magically improve workforce productivity, but simply waving a wand won't ensure a successful deployment. Experts explain why availability matters more than air interfaces, how to determine ROI and why it's important to understand the differences between a wireless a...

Last updated: Nov 15, 2013   10:11 PM GMT   |    wireless applications
Speed, size, and maintenanceA short guide to optimizing pervasive applications

Discussion  Optimization is one of the foundations of good application design. In this article, wireless expert Mikko Kontio explains how you can optimize your wireless applications for speed, size, and maintenance. He also offers tips for choosing the right transport protocol (particularly important for mobile...

Last updated: Jul 15, 2014   0:14 AM GMT  
Campus mobile telephony -- In-building signal improvement

Discussion  If your workers are using their mobile telephones in the office, and dropped calls and network dead spots are becoming problematic, it's best to consider an in-building wireless solution to improve the performance of carrier networks on campus. In this column, Daniel Taylor discusses the key points ...

Last updated: Jul 14, 2014   10:39 PM GMT  
Deploying 802.11n for improved wireless LAN performance

Discussion  This series examines how deploying 802.11n can improve your enterprises wireless LAN performance enabling mobility services that make workforces informed and productive. With 802.11n you can extend your network to deliver multimedia over wireless making services like unified messaging and video c...

Last updated: Jun 17, 2014   1:16 AM GMT  
Offering fixed mobile convergence services benefits WLAN solution providers

Discussion  Offering fixed mobile convergence (FMC) services can help wireless LAN solution providers add considerable value by helping customers reduce total cost of operation, improve reliability and increase business productivity.

Last updated: Nov 12, 2013   10:06 AM GMT  
Will 4G make mobile video conferencing good enough for enterprises?

Discussion  Wireless operators promise higher bandwidth and lower latency with 4G networks, but it remains unclear whether the benefits of mobile video conferencing for enterprises will compensate for its limitations.

Last updated: Dec 12, 2013   6:40 AM GMT   |    4G, Video conferencing
call admission control (CAC)

Discussion  Call admission control (CAC) is the practice or process of regulating traffic volume in voice communications, particularly in wireless mobile networks and in VoIP (voice over Internet Protocol, also known as Internet telephony)... (Continued)

Last updated: May 8, 2014   2:41 AM GMT  
Wireless data networking standards: Enterprises need planning help

Discussion  Carriers need to collaborate with enterprise customers on mobility planning to help them get the right voice and data solutions in place using wireless data networking standards that can evolve over time to protect their investment.

Last updated: May 1, 2014   5:12 PM GMT  
phantom dialing

Discussion  In mobile wireless communication, phantom dialing is a term used to describe what occurs when a user unintentionally presses a pre-programmed auto-dial number on their cellular telephone keypad and unintentionally initiates a phone call.

Last updated: Jun 19, 2014   4:04 AM GMT  
Sybase iAnywhere brings SQL Anywhere to BlackBerry devices

Discussion  SQL Anywhere, the popular mobile database and synchronization platform from Sybase iAnywhere, is coming to BlackBerry in its next iteration, the company announced at Wireless Enterprise Symposium (WES) 2008.

Last updated: Jul 14, 2014   5:17 PM GMT  
Mobile SAP: Where's the ROI?

Discussion  If your company uses SAP and has a number of mobile employees, you may be considering a wireless implementation of the technology. But where's the ROI? Is the expense really necessary?

Last updated: Jun 2, 2014   6:26 AM GMT  
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