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  • Internet

    The Internet, sometimes called simply "the Net," is a worldwide system of computer networks - a network of networks in which users at any one computer can, if they have permission, get information from any other computer (and sometimes talk directly to users at other computers).

  • HSDPA (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access)

    High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) is a packet-based mobile telephony protocol used in 3G UMTS radio networks. (...Continued)

  • ReefEdge cuts staff, reworks strategy

    The wireless LAN security and management vendor has trimmed its staff and is reworking its strategy, the latest sign that the WLAN market could be moving toward a dramatic consolidation.

  • D-Link ships WPA in USB format

    This 802.11b USB stick makes it easy to add Wi-Fi Protected Access to WinXP desktops and laptops; can also be used with WEP on most PCs or Macs.

  • Dealing with mobility, data privacy regulations and Civil Code section 1798.8

    PDAs and smartphones access sensitive data from networked resources yet remain outside the network's control. Often overlooked and unprotected, these devices pose new threats.

  • Wireless security trade-offs

    Are enterprise users better off today in terms of wireless than they were even a year or two ago?

  • The latest in wireless security

  • Security provider offers Wi-Fi authentication for SMBs

    Wireless Security Corp. is offering a new service that lets SMBs outsource Wi-Fi security and authentication, helping companies with the difficult and time-consuming task of managing wireless security.

  • Mobile Trends: Enabling a wireless Big Brother?

    Vendors like Proxim are now offering wireless surveillance systems that strive to deliver affordable video monitoring to more companies through 802.11 technology.

  • Improved Wi-Fi security is not for everyone yet

    The Wi-Fi Alliance has abandoned WEP for WPA. The industry is applauding the move away from the broken and maligned security protocol, but implementing WPA, especially in large user environments, presents its own challenges.

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  • Mobile Wi-Fi hotspots for the enterprise

    Businesses have taken notice of the mobile Wi-Fi hotspots trend and have invested in mobile hotspot devices. Question is, which of several options is most suitable for business?

  • 802.xx Fast Reference: Guide to 802.11, wireless standards, WLANs, WiMax

    802.xx is a family of wireless and mobile networking specifications developed by the IEEE. Learn more...

  • PDA Download | Mobile Trivia: Wireless Standards and Protocols Quiz

    Looking for a fun and convenient way to learn more about wireless standards and protocols? Now you can take our quizzes with you in the palm of your hand, if you have a Palm OS device. Weighing in at a petite 3k, this little quiz will help you bone up by taking the quiz over and over until you have the answers down pat.

  • Quiz: Wireless standards and protocols

    New wireless standards and protocols are emerging all the time. Test your knowledge with our quiz.

  • CIOs concerned by wireless standards, security

    According to CIOs who spoke at the CeBit America conference, technology decision makers are reluctant to buy into wireless technologies because of security concerns and a lack of standardization. Despite the issues, wireless services are becoming mission critical to a growing number of enterprises.

  • Wireless standards overview

    Wireless local are networks (LANs) have a broad range of standards, some of which are well established and interoperable, others of which are still emerging, and when it comes to security standards, interoperability may be a way off yet.