Wireless


  • 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.
  • ProCurve's Colubris Buy A 'Great Move'
    Solution providers said HP ProCurve's acquisition of Colubris Networks could help propel them -- and ProCurve -- into new wireless territories, especially with the addition of 802.11n.
  • Wireless Windfall: Fast Friends Join Forces In Denver
    The two companies have known each other for years, seen each other at vendor conferences and client RFP meetings, and had long joked about merging forces to attack the market together. Four months later, the deal was closed.
  • Back In Time To The 1980s: This Is An Emergency Alert
    In this era of students incessantly text messaging on the latest handheld devices, it's not often that a solution provider seeks to advance the cause of campus safety by tapping into a relatively 1980s-era standard of communications. But that's exactly what Jackson, Miss.-based Global Security Systems is doing with its Alert FM solution.
  • WAN Traffic Cops
    With all manner of traffic across the Internet continuing to grow exponentially, and crashes, downtime and network performance issues appearing to grow by the month, getting the best possible network performance can become a chore. At the same time, more businesses are putting employees at branch offices or home offices instead of at headquarters, while simultaneously consolidating their IT resources.
  • The Emerging Rule
    Solution providers not filling out their product portfolio with emerging vendors are putting both their clients and themselves at risk. Blindly following a major vendor strategy is a surefire path to a low technology solutions IQ and even lower profits.
  • 3Com's New 802.11n Gear
    3Com this week unveiled a new portfolio of products based on 802.11n, the latest wireless LAN standard. Here's a look at three of the newest products in the suite.

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