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Wireless networking

  • September 06, 2006 06 Sep'06

    VoIP startup untethers would-be mobile workers from wireline office phones

    VoIP startup DiVitas Networks has voice-over-WiFi-to-cellular technology in the works that gives endusers access to enterprise apps and puts dual-mode handset management in the hands of network administrators.

  • September 05, 2006 05 Sep'06

    ControlGuard targets rogue devices

    ControlGuard Access Manager is an effective tool for controlling what devices users can add to their workstations and how they are used.

  • August 14, 2006 14 Aug'06

    Wireless security boost for laptops outside the office

    >Most companies do a pretty good job with wireless security within the office walls, but what happens when end users take their laptops home -- or to Starbucks?

  • August 02, 2006 02 Aug'06

    RFID security issues are cause for corporate concern

    Although small in nature, RFID tags could be used to attack databases and corrupt critical information. It's a growing concern as corporate RFID use skyrockets, yet experts say there are reasonable ways to mitigate the risks and gain the business ...

  • July 26, 2006 26 Jul'06

    Blue Cross bears burden of 'no wireless' policy

    Blue Cross of Idaho had a "no wireless" policy on paper but never really enforced it. That is, until a team of auditors said the company had better do something.

  • November 28, 2005 28 Nov'05

    Step 6: Configuring wireless clients

    With wireless networks proliferating it is a good idea to understand what it takes to build a VPN for a wireless gateway. Contributor and Microsoft MVP Brien Posey details the necessary steps in this step-by-step guide.

  • November 21, 2005 21 Nov'05

    Wireless security: Public Wi-Fi could open security holes

    A Michigan county is working to give everyone within its borders wireless Internet access. But when it comes to security, users are on their own.

  • November 20, 2005 20 Nov'05

    Wireless security crucial to railway safety

    A transportation firm uses wireless technology to keep the trains running on time. But securing mobile devices isn't easy when they're spread across the globe.

  • November 16, 2005 16 Nov'05

    Wireless security: Companies deal with software updates

    A health care provider found it could use wireless technology to dramatically boost patient care. But first it had to figure out how to deploy security updates over a wireless network.

  • September 05, 2005 05 Sep'05

    Extending perimeters

    The news that, up until 2006, 70% of successful wireless local area network (WLAN) attacks will be because of the misconfiguration of WLAN access points and client software is disquieting on a number of levels.

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