Wireless


  • Channel Best-Sellers: Networking That Pays Off
    SMB wireless networking kingpin Linksys and its parent Cisco Systems continued to dominate the SMB wireless networking market, according to data from the NPD Group/Distributor Track for the six-month period ending June 2007.
  • Getting Started In Handhelds
    Rick Sommer is CEO of Intellitec Solutions, a Wilmington, Del.-based solution provider and Microsoft Gold Certified partner. The private company provides solutions in the mid-Atlantic ranging from CRM to small business accounting, delivering the design, planning, implementation, training and ongoing support for these midmarket solutions, according to the company. Sommer discusses the customer engagement on delivering handheld solutions. He responded to an online request for thoughts about what matters in delivering a handheld solution to customers.
  • Review: Accounting Grows Up
    The release of Sage Software's MAS 500 version 7.0x midmarket accounting package offers many new features that enable partners to provide sophisticated solutions.
  • Which Handhelds Get The Thumbs-Up?
    With all the glitz, flash and hype of the segment that includes smartphones, PDAs and handheld PCs, the killer business solution in this space still centers around linking the client to the server.
  • Track Or Treat
    Even though Halloween has just passed and the candy overload is a distant bellyache, what's really frightening for parents is the thought of losing track of their children—and not just at trick-or-treat time. Never fear, technology's here, say purveyors of GPS tracking devices and services.
  • Top 10 Ways To Brand Your Business
    Michael Oh, president of Tech Superpowers, brand-building strategy inherently brought wireless network availability to build Boston's biggest WiFo hotspot.
  • Networking Outlook: "Signs Point To Yes"
    For VARs hawking traditional networking infrastructure hardware and software, 2007 was a tough year. Not so for VARs hustling to keep pace with expanding markets, such as VoIP and network management, storage solutions and wireless--here the size of the average deal swelled and the duration of a typical sales cycle shrunk.
  • Home Integrators Adapting To Housing Slump
    With the downturn in the real estate market showing few signs of short-term recovery, home integrators are adopting fresh strategies for generating revenue. Despite a minor slowdown in growth, however, integrators find their industry shielded, in part, by the clientele many of them serve.
  • Flying Free: Bringing Wireless To The Wired
    There are many reasons to "cut the cord" on the local network, among them supporting mobile employees and simplifying network setup and maintenance. There are also reasons to stay plugged: performance and reliability. The WLAN enterprise solution from Israeli-based Extricom can ease those concerns, and let businesses use wireless technology more effectively.
  • Wireless, Video High On Interop Hit List
    Over 200 vendors are set to show off the latest in WLAN, video, security and other infrastructure technologies at the Interop New York 2007 conference this week.

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