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Case Study: Ruckus Wireless
Like all fast-growing companies, Ruckus Wireless needed to continue to innovate quickly, speed products to market, manage costs, and meet quality and regulatory

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Enterprise Phone Systems Buyer’s Guide
Implementing or upgrading an enterprise phone system is a strategic investment for any large enterprise. To reach an informed decision, you should understand

installing wireless router  the service cost of installing the IP PBX system. This cost varies with the requirements and the time frame in which the enterprise wants the system to be implemented. For example, a standard and advanced 3Com IP telephony installation service may cost an enterprise (with up to 50,000 employees) approximately $1,800 and $4,600 respectively. Service and maintenance cost - Includes the annual maintenance and license fees, T1 service charges and the cost for the services on call; the service and support Read More...
7 Steps to a Successful IP Telephony Implementation
Enterprises of all sizes are adopting Internet protocol (IP) telephony for cost savings and productivity gains—but high quality voice service takes more than

installing wireless router  deploying physical resources or installing client software. The initial results of a network assessment are delivered in minutes, although an assessment tests typically run for several days. It is vital that assessments be performed during peak operation hours to ensure an accurate picture of the network traffic. If trouble spots should arise either predeployment or during ongoing operations, these tools enable your solution provider or your IT team to rapidly isolate the source of the problem. Network Read More...
NetBIOS Firewall
How many times do you hear network administrators scream at the top of their voice,

installing wireless router  of pre-configured IRC servers Installing a copy of VNC ( http://www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/ ) (Virtual Network Computing), an open-source remote admin tool from AT&T, listening on 5800/tcp or 5900/tcp Other viruses (like NIMDA or Klez, for instance) may use simpler methods to copy themselves by detecting network drives or using well-known share names. Stopping the share crawler involves a deeper understanding of its propagation methods irrespective of the nature of the payload. It is like a virus Read More...
Making Sense of the Wireless WAN Hype


installing wireless router  Sense of the Wireless WAN Hype Wild West is a metaphor often used to describe the wireless wide area network (WAN) business. But it s worse than that. In the Old West, everyone had a gun. In this business, customers are defenseless. What s going on? Well, for one, vendors are playing fast and loose with terminology that should mean something. Wireless is compelling, but how do you decide what s right for you—and who do you trust? Read More...
Stalled Oracle Fumbling For A Jump-Start Kit Part 2: Event Summary Continued
Oracle continues respond to the changing requirements of the market, by addressing the need for Wireless Internet support, application servers, and expanded ASP

installing wireless router  Oracle Fumbling For A Jump-Start Kit Part 2: Event Summary Continued Event Summary Continued In its quest to further embellish its E-Enterprise suite, Oracle will bolster a new portal, wireless capabilities, business intelligence (BI), workflow features, new Business Objects for Java, and improved support for industry standards and competitive offerings. Oracle plans to introduce Wireless Internet self-service applications for non-PC devices in an upcoming release of its 11i Suite that will enable Read More...
FolloWAP Launches iFollow - Gee Wiz Bang! Wireless Instant Messaging!
We recommend that wireless users hold off from establishing an account with the iFollow service, until such a time as the service has proven to be reliably

installing wireless router  Launches iFollow - Gee Wiz Bang! Wireless Instant Messaging! FolloWAP Launches iFollow - Gee Wiz Bang! Wireless Instant Messaging! P. Hayes - May 22, 2000 Event Summary SUNNYVALE, Calif. (BUSINESS WIRE) - FolloWAP Inc., a leading developer of advanced services for WAP-enabled mobile devices, proudly announces the commercial launch of iFollow, the latest innovation in wireless instant messaging. Market Impact iFollow functions as a gateway, regardless of which physical device or instant message Read More...
Brio Technology Expands Support for WML and XML
Brio Technology (Nasdaq: BRYO) a provider of business intelligence solutions, announced it is adopting the Wireless Markup Language (WML) and strengthening its

installing wireless router  Technology Expands Support for WML and XML Event Summary HANOVER, Germany, Feb. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Brio Technology (Nasdaq: BRYO) a leading provider of business intelligence solutions for the e-enterprise, announced it is adopting Wireless Markup Language (WML) and strengthening its use of Extensible Markup Language (XML) as the underlying language for its entire suite of products. Brio will initially incorporate these technologies in Brio.Report, the company''s enterprise reporting solution, Read More...
KSign
KSign is a PKI B12-solution developing company based in Seoul, South Korea. KSign@s main products are PKI, wireless PKI, key management infrastructure (KMI

installing wireless router  KSign is a PKI B12-solution developing company based in Seoul, South Korea. KSign''s main products are PKI, wireless PKI, key management infrastructure (KMI), and extranet access management. Currently, KSign is a PKI solution provider for the Korean government. The company has also constructed five accredited certification authorities (CAs), including one root CA, that are using its solutions. Read More...
From Applications to ROI: System Architecture for Wireless Meshes
Wireless technology has become exceedingly popular and convenient in both residences and enterprises. Networks are now expected to aid IT support, government

installing wireless router  Applications to ROI: System Architecture for Wireless Meshes Wireless technology has become exceedingly popular and convenient in both residences and enterprises. Networks are now expected to aid IT support, government services, and public safety applications. That’s why the architectural strategies used to implement wireless mesh networks can have a profound impact on the performance and financial success of metro-scale and wide area wireless mesh deployments. Read More...
SageCRM
SageCRM/SageCRM.com is a web- and wireless-based solution, which provides access to customer sales, marketing, and support information, as well as access to

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Trend Micro Steps into PDA/Wireless AntiVirus Information Market
In crisis situations, Trend Micro''s Virus Information Center for the Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) may prove indispensable for a network administrator and/or

installing wireless router  Micro Steps into PDA/Wireless AntiVirus Information Market Trend Micro Steps into PDA/Wireless AntiVirus Information Market P. Hayes - June 15, 2000 Event Summary Cupertino, CA - May 31, 2000 - Trend Micro Inc., a leading provider of Internet content security products, announced the availability of Trend Micro''s Virus Information Center for the Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) market. Users of PalmOS-based wireless and modem-based palmtop devices can now access the Trend Virus Information Center, Read More...
The Handspring Visor Goes Wireless ~Look out Palm VII!
The Palm VII has the advantage of being an all-in-one device, however the Handspring Visor comes with 8MB of RAM and can be upgraded, allowing a user adequate

installing wireless router  Handspring Visor Goes Wireless ~Look out Palm VII! The Handspring Visor Goes Wireless ~ Look out Palm VII! P. Hayes - July 21, 2000 Event Summary At the New York PC Expo in June, OmniSky Corporation, a provider of branded wireless Internet services for users of handheld mobile devices, confirmed its plan to bring wireless Internet and e-mail services to the Handspring Visor. Market Impact Well, the Visor is not going to be quite an all-in-one unit like the Palm VII. The Visor will rely on an external Read More...
Europe''s Mobile ''ONE'' Selects InfoSpace for New Wireless Internet Services
Once a user has logged onto his/her home page he/she will be able to gain instant access to Calendaring, Address Books, Instant Messaging and access to user

installing wireless router  s Mobile ''ONE'' Selects InfoSpace for New Wireless Internet Services Europe''s Mobile ''ONE'' Selects InfoSpace for New Wireless Internet Services P. Hayes - May 2nd, 2000 Event Summary In April InfoSpace (Nasdaq: INSP - news), a leading global provider of information and commerce infrastructure services for wireless devices, merchants and Web sites, and ONE, Austria''s only full-service telecoms provider (mobile, fixed, and internet), announced that ONE has chosen InfoSpace''s comprehensive platform of Read More...
OmniSky Selects WorkSpot to Develop Wireless Internet Services
Given that OmniSky’s wireless Internet service is Palm OS specific, WorkSpot is a safe and relatively inexpensive partner for OmniSky, which is still a

installing wireless router  Selects WorkSpot to Develop Wireless Internet Services OmniSky Selects WorkSpot to Develop Wireless Internet Services P. Hayes - August 10, 2000 Event Summary PALO ALTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 25, 2000--WorkSpot, Inc., a leading provider of wireless application development and server-side wireless software, has been selected by OmniSky Corp., the provider of comprehensive branded wireless Internet services for handheld devices, to provide technical resources and expertise in the development Read More...

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