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Curbing Government Waste

12/1/2006
The City of San Diego's general fund is a pool of money that covers broad city expenses such as public safety, parks and recreation, library services and, among other things, garbage collection for the city's 1.25 million residents.

Government & Mobility

12/1/2006
Like dust devils threatening to turn into tornadoes, a series of state and federal skirmishes over telecommunications regulation could alter the climate of mobile enterprises in years to come.

Let's Talk Public Safety

12/1/2006
Communications interoperability and reliability remain critical concerns for public safety organizations and first responders.

It's Almost Like Being There

12/1/2006
The growing telepresence market continues to attract major players, and Cisco Systems is now among them with the unveiling of a high-end solution designed to mimic the experience of a real time, face-to-face meeting.

Small Wonders

12/1/2006
With warehouse workers in mind (not to mention delivery drivers, repair and maintenance workers, hospital staff and any shift-based work requiring attendance terminals) Intermec has released two new devices.

Oklahoma City Working with Dell to Install Mobile Computing Labs in Schools

11/29/2006
Oklahoma City Public Schools, the City of Oklahoma City and the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Trust are working with Dell to install two mobile computer labs at each of the district's 79 schools, giving educators much-needed flexibility to juggle computing resources during a comprehensive building improvement project.
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