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Now Hear This

11/1/2007
In the mobile enterprise, voice will supplant graphics in user interfaces.

Moving Business Applications Anywhere

11/1/2007
Dealing with an increasingly mobile workforce has been a significant challenge for businesses seeking to provide information to their workers when and where they need it.

Research Shows that Companies Are Slow to Lock Down Networks

10/31/2007
The percentage of Fortune 1000 sized organizations indicating that they have a NAC solution in place has been steadily dropping over the past eighteen months, despite the fact that these solutions are being ranked as the #1 Information Security technology

Cisco Mobile Government Aids Public Safety Employees

10/29/2007
Cisco unveiled its Cisco Mobile Government solution, including partners and an integrated suite of products and applications, here at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference.
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