Nearly one in four enterprise workers uses smartphones or some other kind of mobile device on the job, and most of these phones pose a security risk to the companies that issue them, recent studies suggest.
A Texas school district has chosen ConSentry Networks to secure its LAN and prevent the spread of malware.
The city of Cumberland, Md., is boosting its wireless Internet coverage with the addition of 120 access points to its network.
The Idaho Transportation Department has awarded Digimarc Corporation a five-year contract extension valued at approximately $4.6 million to enhance the security of its driver license system and better protect Idaho residents from driver license fraud.
The Texas National Guard can quickly establish voice, video and data communications during emergencies, thanks to a Rapid Response Communications Kit developed by Fortress Technologies.
George Mason University students now have wireless network access on campus.
"We don't own oil wells," says Perry Gard, VP of ERP development at RPC, "we just help the people who do to run them more efficiently."
A juvenile detention center in Indiana is testing a WiFi-compatible
Mount St. Mary's Hospital and Health Center automated its medical record functions with a software program from ChartOne that provides secure access to and flexible workflow for medical records over the Internet.
Four municipalities in northwestern New Mexico are now getting Axcess Broadband service from Alltel Wireless that provides users with unlimited access to the Internet at speeds comparable to wired broadband connections such as cable modem or DSL.