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How To Design A Low-Power Wireless Sensor Network [ Source: Greenpeak Technologies ]

June 2008- Driven by the demand for “green” technology and better use of power, a new generation of extreme low-power wireless networks is being developed for use in machine to machine networks, for industrial and control applications, as well as for health, security, and other purposes. This article is about this new approach to truly wireless networks –- without any network cables or power lines.

Wireless Consumer Electronics: Are Connected Gadgets The Next Big Thing In Mobile Networks? [ Source: inCode ]

November 2008- With high data rates, ubiquitous coverage, affordable chipset price, and spare data capacity, 3G networks have all the enablers for wireless integration in CE devices. In our analysis, devices with clear current value propositions like laptops, UMPCs, navigation, and gaming devices can be considered initial candidates for enabling wireless integration. It is imperative for OEMs and service providers to explore new business models (a combination of retail, wholesale, or pay-per-use) and service pricing to ensure ...

Mobile Device Management [ Source: Sybase ]

June 2009- Did you know that up to 70% of enterprise data exists in various frontline settings, from laptops to handheld devices, to store and remote office environments?

Your frontline workers may have a variety of skills but they’re rarely IT savvy and certainly not security experts. Yet more than 75% of enterprises leave responsibility for security in the hands of the user – literally.

With the increase in the use of mobile devices, you ...

Redefining FOTA for Deployment in EMEA [ Source: WDSGlobal ]

February 2008- If firmware over-the-air (FOTA) is to realize its true potential in EMEA, the technology must adapt to meet the demands of mobile organizations looking to define a clear business case. This new report is available to anyone looking to better understand the role of FOTA within a constantly shifting mobile value chain.

HP ProtectTools: Firmware Security Features in HP Compaq Business Notebooks [ Source: Hewlett-Packard ]

January 2008- A computer system is only as secure as its weakest component. Creating a secure system involves looking at all areas of vulnerability and creating solutions to address each of those areas. HP ProtectTools helps provide a solution for all points of vulnerability, including - securing the device against unauthorized access; securing the network; and protecting the data. Security solutions installed at the Operating System (OS) level can provide a high level of protection against unauthorized ...

Remote Laptop Security: Implementing a Laptop Theft Solution [ Source: Essential Security Software ]

January 2008- Adding Remote Laptop Security as a layer of protection between one’s organization and data thieves can save a company public relations headaches, compliance violations and that all important perception of trust. The frequent occurrence of laptop theft in recent headlines highlights the necessity for improved laptop security. The combination of human error, carelessness and failed passwords has created a dangerous environment in which laptop thieves can effortlessly gain access to an abundance of names, ...

Advanced Security, Mobility, and Performance Features in the HP iPAQ hx2000 Series [ Source: Hewlett-Packard ]

January 2008- The HP iPAQ hx2000 series Pocket PC is an enterprise-class handheld solution for large corporate accounts as well as small-to medium-sized businesses that have a need for superior levels of security, performance, connectivity, expandability, and platform stability. This paper from Hewlett-Packard provides detailed information on the features, strengths, and key issues related to the HP iPAQ hx2000 series Pocket PCs. In addition to the wealth of productivity features offered by the Microsoft Pocket PC environment, ...

Television on a Handheld Receiver - Broadcasting With DVB-H [ Source: DigiTAG ]

January 2008- The development of the Digital Video Broadcasting to a Handheld (DVB-H) standard makes it possible to deliver live broadcast television to a mobile handheld device. Building upon the strengths of the Digital Video Broadcasting-Terrestrial (DVB-T) standard in use in millions of homes, DVB-H recognizes the trend towards the personal consumption of media. But because DVB-H receivers can and often will combine the functionalities of a mobile phone and a television, the concept has also raised ...