Data Recovery Left Out of Corporate Compliance Policies

Kroll Ontrack announced the results of a global survey that showed that many companies fail to include data recovery as part of their companies' compliance policies, potentially opening themselves up to dire business consequences.

Formica Opts for AT&T

International Surfacing Company Enhances Efficiency and Reliability With Single Network Services Provider

FBI Speeds Up Field Reporting With Dragon Software

Nuance Communications announced that the FBI has selected Dragon NaturallySpeaking through Nuance's Site License Program (SLP) in order to offer speech recognition capabilities throughout the FBI.

TriTech Software Acquires IMC

TriTech Software Systems announced its acquisition of New England-based IMC, a privately held company that specializes in providing mission-critical Computer-Aided Dispatch, Law and Fire-EMS Records Management, Mobile, Jail Management, Courts, Civil Processing, Administrative and multi-agency data sharing solutions to public safety agencies.

SUNY School Adopts 802.11n

As the debate continues over whether to migrate to 802.11n now or play the waiting game, for some end users, the immediate performance benefits and relative cost savings offered by 802.11n are too much to resist. Morrisville State College, a State University of New York (SUNY) campus located 30 miles southeast of Syracuse, is replacing its entire wireless network with 802.11n technology, positioning the school as one of the first 'pure' next-generation Wi-Fi networks in the country.
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