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Reliable wireless phones

Answer  The following question was submitted to editors. Can you help? --------------------------------- Which network (Cingular, Verizon, T-Mobile) is the most reliable for wireless phones? Which network provides the least amount of dropped calls and functions in most places (lik...

Last updated: May 10, 2006   1:35 PM GMT   |    Wireless
Windows Mobile 2003/iPAQ h6315

Answer  The following question was submitted to editors. Can you help? --------------------------------- Our senior executives are each equipped with an iPAQ h6315. We all travel overseas, and would like to be able to secure our voice conversations. How can we encrypt voice on a Wi...

Last updated: Oct 5, 2005   10:34 AM GMT   |    Mobile, VoIP, Wireless
Tracking AP broadcasts

Answer  The following question was submitted to editors. Can you help? Is there a program to track down where a wireless access point is broadcast? -- John T. --------------------------------- Kara Gattine, Associate Editor and

Last updated: Sep 7, 2005   11:01 AM GMT   |    Wireless
How to use Exchange 2003 with my mobile Pocket PC from Internet

Answer  Hi. I tested use OMA (Outlook Mobile Access) from Internet, this is usefull for mobile devices like cellular phones. But I want configure clients with pocket PCs to access their mailbox from Internet with active sync. Who knows what I need to do to configure the exchange server, what I need to do o...

Last updated: Jul 13, 2005   8:30 AM GMT   |    Data Management, Installation, Microsoft Exchange
Evaluating a map of cell phone calls made and located through triangulation

Answer  The following question was submitted to editors. Can you help? I am looking for an expert that can help me evaluate a map of cell phone calls made and located through triangulation. I am basically looking to see how accurate the map is in positioning someone at a location ...

Last updated: Sep 7, 2005   10:54 AM GMT   |    Wireless
implementing LAN in mobile phones

Answer  hi all, I am a final year Comp. Engg. seeking for a project related mobiles. I need help in implementing an appln. for mobiles which would be much similar to connecting PC's in LAN, i.e making mobiles to share data with the other in its network. According to my thinking this is possible in palmtops,...

Last updated: Jul 10, 2006   11:59 AM GMT   |    Mobile, Mobile security, Wireless
Does BlackBerry's utility to erase memory in flash wipe it clean?

Answer  The following question was submitted to editors. Can you help? When I use BlackBerry's utility to erase all memory in flash is it truly wiped off the device? I would imagine this is based on resetting all memory gates to zero, therefore nothing is resident in memory? -- M...

Last updated: Sep 7, 2005   10:57 AM GMT   |    Mobile, Wireless
Mobile matters

Blog  I've got some really funky meetings in the next couple of weeks. And they sort of illustrate my interests - fibre suppliers, satellite companies, wireless experts, mobile manufacturers, telcos. Because, whatever you may all think of me, I believe in ubiquity and convergence.  I think you nee...

Last updated: Nov 1, 2010   4:43 AM GMT  |  Blog: Digital Dividend   |      BlackBerry, Broadband, community
The mobile organisation is still a dream

Blog   Mobility has been one of the ever-present items near the top of IT managers' priorities for some time. The potential for using mobile technology to get closer to customers, to improve employees' work-life balance, and to reduce the cost of office facilities, is well known and obvious. Yet for most...

Last updated: Feb 19, 2010   2:02 PM GMT  |  Blog: Computer Weekly Editor's Blog   |      3G, BlackBerry, Mobile
VPN Connectivity Problem

Answer  I connect to mobile software through an embedded Verizon aircard and a cisco VPN. I am losing connectivity to my mobile software I disabled the Wi-fi and wireless Bluetooth connections Heres how I connect to the software: I connect to the aircard and the VPN successfully I then connect to the m...

Last updated: Aug 12, 2010   11:12 PM GMT   |    Cisco VPN, Verizon Wireless AirCard, VPN connectivity
4G isn't making me shun my Wi-Fi... yet

Blog   Mobile operators may be arch enemies most of the time, but if there is one thing that brings them together onto the same side it is the threat of Wi-Fi. When a user chooses to leap onto a wireless connection rather than use the mobile network, it means the operator is losing money and as free Wi-...

Last updated: Sep 20, 2013   11:38 AM GMT  |  Blog: The Full Spectrum   |      3G, 4G, Android
At the FA Cup Final, Wembley goes beyond Wi-Fi for mobile coverage

Blog  In this guest blog, Anthony Sutton from Cobham Wireless discusses how venue owners can maximise visitor satisfaction by improving mobile network availability. Its match day! Youve managed to get tickets to the biggest sporting event in the calendar year; youve navigated queues to get into ...

Last updated: May 25, 2017   12:10 AM GMT  |  Blog: The Full Spectrum   |      Mobile, Wi-Fi, Wireless
3G in laptops

Answer  A (SMC) member recently wrote to ask about 3G PC cards and wonders if he should buy some of his high-level exec's external or internal 3G cards. If you have any experience with external or internal 3G cards please let us know about your experience and future upgrades play...

Last updated: Jun 12, 2006   9:35 AM GMT   |    Wireless
Policy for Wireless Mobile Computers

Answer  We have only recently allowed the use of wireless NICs on our corporate laptops. Our sales force hopes to use the technology to send orders, retrieve email, etc. I have been charged with writing a policy governing the types of PCMCIA cards and also how the technology is to be used. I have concern...

Last updated: May 4, 2005   1:42 PM GMT   |    Data Management, Mobile, Wireless
Testing out 4G in London

Blog   Last week my colleague and networking editor, Jennifer Scott, received an EE Huawei MiFi device to test out the speeds of the new network's 4G superfast mobile internet.We were both very impressed with the wireless hotspot, to which three of us connected our smartphones and tablets and hit the...

Last updated: Nov 14, 2012   11:49 AM GMT  |  Blog: Inspect-a-Gadget   |      4G, Data communications, EE
Configure wireless APs for use with Tablet PCs using using 802.11b

Answer  Dr. Don, a reader needs your help clarifing his AP configuration and asks: I can't get a straight answer as to how to configure my wireless APs. My office is a 40' X 100' rectangle with all the examination rooms lined up on one of the long walls. There are four doctors who...

Last updated: Sep 2, 2005   10:39 AM GMT   |    Mobile, Wireless
BSkyB to buy the cloud

Blog  Rumour has it that BSkyB are buying the Cloud. I suspect this has untold ramifications that require considering. But, I'm just a community observer, so here's my thoughts:1) Firstly, and most importantly, someone, somewhere has realised that being able to access t'interweb on your mobile is the way ...

Last updated: Jan 25, 2011   0:12 AM GMT  |  Blog: Digital Dividend   |      Broadband, bskyb, cloud
Mobile security - there's something in the air

Blog   In the physical world, 'security' for any business involves a whole spectrum of defensive measures; choosing a safer location, putting up warning signs and notices, monitoring and cameras, locks, identity passes, alarms and ultimately, insurance. IT really should be no different, and many do apply ...

Last updated: Feb 24, 2014   8:04 AM GMT  |  Blog: Quocirca Insights   |      Bluetooth, Business, Data communications
The class of 2017 doesn't want plugs to tie it down

Blog  Graduation season is here and that means another bright-eyed graduating class will be diving head-first into the workforce. Even before the valedictorians have dotted the I's and crossed the T's on their speeches, the class of 2017 is researching future workplaces. Being the first generation to grow...

Last updated: Jun 5, 2017   5:24 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Batteries, Internet of Things, iot
A new era for the connected mobile ecosystem

Blog  In a world that is increasingly digital and virtual, the use of embedded SIMs (eSIM) and soft SIMs are starting to gather pace. Simply put, a device with an eSIM comes with a SIM chip built in, straight out of the box. A device with a soft SIM doesn't have any SIM hardware at all; the SIM functional...

Last updated: Apr 16, 2018   5:22 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Connectivity, Internet of Things, iot
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