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Halifax, N.S.-based Internet and centralized hotspot connectivity technology provider enters into four-year contract to support Hotspots

Functional, but not pretty

HumanConcepts' OrgPlus 6 Professional is a well-trained one-trick pony. And it does that one trick -- creating organizational charts -- very well, once you take the time to get familiar with the program.

Barriers exist to business traveler Wi-Fi use

A Gartner Inc. study cited educational, cultural and financial reasons for what it concludes is a low rate of Wi-Fi hotspot use among business travelers. With more than 60,000 hotspots around the globe, 25 percent of U.S. and 17 percent of U.K. business travelers use hotspots, the study found. "If you look at a smaller segment of the audience, like the business traveler, the expectation is that there'd be more traction in that group as opposed to the entire population, where you'd expect it to be a small percentage," said Delia MacMillan, a research vice president at Gartner and the report's author.

Deutsche Telekom ventures into global Wi-Fi roaming

The more, the merrier. That's the motto of a new roaming service that T-Systems International GmbH, a unit of Deutsche Telekom AG, is targeting at providers of wireless Internet services worldwide.

Wi-Fi hotspots burn Toshiba’s fingers

Toshiba Corp. has exited the Wi-Fi hotspot business after just over a year, and will sell most of its network to rival Cometa Networks Inc., the company has announced.

Lost Packets

In a bid to attract foreign tourists scared off by its separatist rebellion, Jammu Kashmir, which borders...

Panel: hotspots need to thrive in enterprise to survive

Ready or not, the rapid rise of mobile wireless

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