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Interop's Enterprise Controls Enable Content Filtering

10/28/2007
Interop Technologies, a leading provider of advanced wireless technology solutions, and AdaptiveMobile, the leading mobile provider of unified customer protection for individuals and enterprises, have signed an agreement enabling Interop to distribute AdaptiveMobile software to wireless operators around the world.

Lakes Survey a Placid Task with Rugged Tablet Solution

10/25/2007
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources' (DNR) Division of Fish and Wildlife conducts a survey of its lakes each year. The evaluation helps the state keep track of fish populations and monitor the status of other aquatic life in its famously numerous lakes.

WildBlue and UDCast Deliver Satellite Broadcast for SMBs

10/25/2007
UDcast and WildBlue Enterprise Solutions announced a technical and commercial relationship to jointly develop new products, services and markets for the enhanced delivery of broadband Internet by satellite to the small and medium size business sector.

Cell Signals Wanted

10/23/2007
In Midtown Manhattan, the new Hearst Tower rises out of the original six-story headquarters of William Randolph Hearst's magazine empire.

Green Giant

10/23/2007
Mobile Enterprise recently spoke with Mark Newton, environmental policy manager of sustainable business at Dell, about the computer maker's environmental initiatives.

Where Business Meets Pleasure

10/23/2007
Access to the Web is ubiquitously available in developed countries, and that constant connectivity has a profound effect on the applications and devices people use to access information between their homes and their offices.

Who's Afraid of CO2?

10/23/2007
The concept of green computing - an effort to decrease data center energy usage - is gaining momentum.
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