Wireless


  • HP ProCurve Plots Wireless Assault
    Just over a month after acquiring wireless vendor Colubris Networks, HP ProCurve has fully integrated the two companies' product lines, making VARs a one-stop shop for both wired and wireless gear.
  • FCC Green-Lights White Space Access
    After six years of debate_longer even than the 2008 presidential campaign—the FCC Tuesday said it would make available to the public unused TV spectrum, commonly referred to as "white spaces."
  • Five Reasons Kindle Could Spark Interest
    Oprah Winfrey last Friday gave Amazon's Kindle a glowing review " publicly endorsing it and giving away free units to her studio audience. Here's why businesspeople should also look closely at the device.
  • Five Reasons Kindle Could Spark Interest
    Oprah Winfrey last Friday gave Amazon's Kindle a glowing review " publicly endorsing it and giving away free units to her studio audience. Here's why businesspeople should also look closely at the device.
  • Are You Ready For The Great Wireless Wave?
    From small businesses to enterprises to the federal government to regional service providers, more and more customers have been approved to introduce wireless broadband technology into their IT infrastructure as a means to be more flexible and more efficient.
  • Open-Source Wireless Routing
    As any Linux aficionado can tell you, Microsoft Windows-designed wireless routers are sometimes finicky about working properly with Linux systems and networks. Some routers do just fine, some need a little hand-holding, and a very select few allow open-source firmware to be installed. Then there are the advanced users who develop commercial-grade applications for wireless routers to add and extend features.
  • Small Businesses and Mobility -- They Want It All
    Join Joseph F. Kovar, senior editor of Everything Channel, as he explores the mobile PC requirements of the typical small business customers and how they different from those of enterprises, and how solution providers can profit from those requirements.
  • The Qik And The Live
    The idea behind Qik is simple at first blush: Give anyone the capability to stream live video, over the Web, from anywhere that can access a cell phone signal.
  • Review: Wireless Projector Packs A Punch
    It seems that any new electronic device today has some form of Wi-Fi feature integrated in it, and projectors are no exception. The Test Center evaluated Panasonic's new PT-LB80NTU projector and found a surprise up its sleeve.
  • Security Stays Strong
    The economy might be struggling, but not enough to hold the security market back. Despite the downturn, solution providers are optimistic about growth in the security market as technologies such as data loss prevention (DLP), wireless security and managed security services continue to catch fire, according to VARs and integrators responding to Everything Channel's 2008 State of Technology: Security survey.
  • Hitting Redial: Major Players Adapt To SMB Mobility Needs
    Flashy smartphones were once considered toys for enterprise executives, but several major names in mobility are adapting their styles and recognizing that the SMB now has the same, if not more, mobile needs as their larger counterparts.

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