The IT staff of the Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC).
A Las Vegas hospital is using an RFID tracking system from Exavera Technologies and Patient Care Technology Systems to pinpoint the location of various items, including pumps, wheelchairs, telemetry equipment and maintenance tools.
fter seven months, San Francisco and EarthLink have finalized a deal to build what will become the nation's largest free municipal WiFi service.
Sheriff's Office has chosen Intergraph to modernize its law enforcement information systems.
Arlington County, Virginia, has deployed Proxim's Tsunami MP.11 5054R and 2454R products in special mobile command vehicles and at the county's command center to support emergency management personnel and first responders in the field.
A Pennsylvania hospital has chosen Colubris Networks' Intelligent Mobility System to power its next-generation wireless healthcare applications and services.
Brookline, Mass. as chosen Galaxy Internet and Strix Systems to set up the first town-wide wireless mesh network in the Boston metro area.
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.