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Novatel Wireless and Diversinet Team Up to Provide Security for Wireless Modems
The Minstrel Wireless Modem from Novatel Wireless is a solid unit in and of itself, however the addition of secure certificate transactions will increase sales

wireless card  Wireless and Diversinet Team Up to Provide Security for Wireless Modems Novatel Wireless and Diversinet Team Up to Provide Security for Wireless Modems P. Hayes - August 16, 2000 Event Summary Diversinet Corp., a provider of m-commerce security infrastructure, said Wednesday that it has signed an agreement with San Diego-based Novatel Wireless Inc., a wireless Internet company, to integrate Diversinet's security technology with Novatel Wireless' Minstrel family of Wireless Palmtop Modems. Market Imp Read More

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3Com’s AirConnect Wireless LAN Achieves Wi-Fi Certification
3Com has taken the concept of a high speed wireless LAN from fiction to reality and is set to take the wireless LAN market by storm

wireless card  $1195 (MSRP-USD) with each wireless AirConnect pc-card costing an additional $219 (MSRP-USD). 3Com will be releasing a PCI AirConnect card within the next quarter (probability 90%). 3Com has taken the concept of a high speed wireless LAN from fiction to reality and is set to take the wireless LAN market by storm. The costs associated with implementing a standard switched 10/100 MB LAN with Category 5 cabling are prohibitive. They are expensive to install, difficult to modify once in place, and worst of Read More
Who Else is Using Your Wireless Network?
Information technology (IT) security industry experts continue to warn us that wireless networks have significant vulnerabilities. Taking precautions is a smart

wireless card  to see if your wireless card has inadvertently changed networks. Parents can easily track and record when their kids are accessing the network, even when Mom and Dad are still at work and the kids are home alone after school. However, technology savvy kids will find it easy to disable and turn off so if using it to monitor your kids, you'll need to not let them know which client system in the house is running the software. The downside of Wireless Watch is that hackers can also use it to see you and find Read More
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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Don’t Let Wireless Detour Your PCI Compliance
The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) has published a PCI DSS Wireless Guideline which acknowledges that wireless is a clear and

wireless card  Let Wireless Detour Your PCI Compliance The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) has published a PCI DSS Wireless Guideline which acknowledges that wireless is a clear and present danger to network security and those who collect, store or transmit card holder data must take steps to assure that it is secure, whether or not wireless is deployed in the cardholder data environment. Organizations that handle payment card data must take steps to secure the CDE against wireless Read More
Data Storage Encryption for Enabling PCI Compliance
Compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is mandatory. As such, businesses must think seriously about their data storage

wireless card  Storage Encryption for Enabling PCI Compliance Compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is mandatory. As such, businesses must think seriously about their data storage security and the day-to-day encryption management of their customer data. As a merchant or credit card processor, will you be ready when the auditors come knocking? Learn more about the foolproof way that many businesses are passing PCI DSS audits. Read More
Corrigo Incorporated
Corrigo was founded in 1999 in Redwood City, California (US), and its corporate headquarters moved to Wolsonville, Oregon (US) in 2004. Its web and wireless

wireless card  2004. Its web and wireless service management solutions are deployed in more than 160 organizations and used by over 100,000 users who create over 4 million work orders annually. They represent a broad range of industries: property management, facilities management, homebuilding, warranty management, retail, and other field services organizations. These service organizations, regardless of company size, use Corrigo to gain insight, control, and coordination with their field service personnel and vendors Read More
What you Should Know about Licensed versus License-free Microwave
As with any hot market, point-to-point wireless is bait for the pathologicallyopportunistic. In this atmosphere—often termed

wireless card  any hot market, point-to-point wireless is bait for the pathologically opportunistic. In this atmosphere—often termed anarchy —trust can t be a matter of faith. To get in on the wireless opportunity without getting shafted, you need to know a few basic and incontrovertible facts concerning the difference between licensed and license-free wireless. In fact, a successful outcome depends on choosing the right one. 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

wireless card  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, delivering XML and WML output capabilities that extend the power of enterprise reports beyond web-based environments to the new generation of smart cell phones and handheld client devices. The changing nature of Read More
Achieving PCI Compliance for Privileged Password Management and Remote Vendor Access
Noncompliance with Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards can have a devastating effect on any company that relies on credit card transactions. Contractual

wireless card  PCI Compliance for Privileged Password Management and Remote Vendor Access Noncompliance with Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards can have a devastating effect on any company that relies on credit card transactions. Contractual penalties and revocation of your rights to process credit card transactions are just two potential repercussions. Though there is no single solution for PCI compliance, you can minimize the risks by staying on top of the latest products and procedures. Learn more. Read More
Efinity Offers B2B Clients WAP Access to Supply-Web Site
Prior to the end of 2003 we expect close to 1 Billion wireless access phone users globally (Probability 75%), simply put, that’s a lot of people. Companies must

wireless card  more companies are providing wireless access, refined for business use, for such utilitarian purposes as corporate database access. Those companies who lag behind and take few or no steps towards wireless access will most certainly experience severe difficulties within the next three years. Prior to the end of 2003 we expect close to 1 Billion wireless access phone users globally (Probability 75%), simply put, that's a lot of people. Companies must be prepared for the rapid onslaught of wireless demand, a Read More
The Middle Kingdom - From Wired to Wireless
Confused about RFID middleware? RFID middleware has a critical role to play in cleaving together and clarifying the signals and intelligence, bidirectionally

wireless card  - From Wired to Wireless Introduction Middleware is the bridge between one world and the other. Middleware for radio frequency identification (RFID) bridges the worlds of waves (radio), light beams, and sensory (light temperature and vibration), to the hardwired world of servers, routers, Internet, and software systems. The Middle Kingdom is the world between the physical world and the digital world. And to add to the definition—middleware may span from the device to the edge (the border, and slightly Read More
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OpenWay
OpenWay Group is a payment processing software vendor (rated as strong positive by Gartner in 2009 and 2010). OpenWay’s WAY4 Card Issuing and Merchant Acquiring

wireless card  OpenWay Group is a payment processing software vendor (rated as strong positive by Gartner in 2009 and 2010). OpenWay’s WAY4 Card Issuing and Merchant Acquiring, Financial Switching, Personalised Mobile Payments, Mobile Wallet and other payment solutions successfully operate at 130 banks, processing and telecom companies in Europe, Asia, North and Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa. Read More
Smart Card for Global Enterprise Authentication
Smart-card technology is an industry standard defined and controlled by the Joint Technical Committee 1 (JTC1) of the International Standards Organization (ISO)

wireless card  Card for Global Enterprise Authentication Smart-card technology is an industry standard defined and controlled by the Joint Technical Committee 1 (JTC1) of the International Standards Organization (ISO) and the International Electronic Committee (IEC). Standards introduced in 1987 and updated in 2003 define attributes of a smart card—including physical characteristics, transmission protocols, security architecture, and common data elements. Find out more. Read More

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