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Dell Debuts Recycling Program for SMBs

9/20/2007
Dell (NASDAQ:DELL) is extending its commitment to small businesses with a new online product recovery and recycling service enabling business customers with fewer than 10 pieces of computer equipment to easily manage, return and track unwanted assets.

Rethinking Reform

9/20/2007
Celebrities, as of late, have brought vital status services (VSS) to the attention of the mainstream.

Securing Remote Access

9/20/2007
For Strack, one of the largest utility contractors in Georgia, the problem wasn't training field crews to adapt to its newly implemented wireless solution; the problem was finding a wireless solution that would adapt to its field crews.

California Correctional System Chooses VFA Asset Management

9/18/2007
VFA, Inc., the leading provider of end-to-end solutions for facilities capital planning and asset management, will provide VFA.facility® capital planning software and expert facility assessment services to the State of California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR), the largest statewide correctional system in the country.

Las Vegas Monitors House-Arrest Offenders with Omnilink

9/18/2007
After testing four competing offender monitoring solutions, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department selected Omnilink Systems' only product that is completely waterproof and capable of tracking inside buildings, buses, trains and other places where GPS-only solutions do not work.

Small Enterprises Benefit from BeInSync

9/18/2007
When it comes to backing up and sharing large files, small enterprises are often left without affordable options, as they generally don't have the resources of a large corporation.
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