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Muni Wi-Fi best practices from California

IT officials from three California cities detailed their experiences earlier this week with trying to set up municipal wireless networks. Speaking during the MuniWireless conference in Santa Clara, Calif., they noted development plans for these networks, both for public services and to bridge the digital divide between those with Internet access and those without.

FIs bring vendors onboard to tighten down hatches

The bilingual financial co-operative Caisse Populaires du Manitoba has selected security appliances from Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Fortinet to protect its multi-platform member and employee networks, according to a Fortinet press release.

Wireless thrives, RFID flies, viruses multiply in 2005: Deloitte

WiFi thrives, RFID flies, viruses multiply, and VoIP (despite all its problems) survives.Those, in a nutshell, are among the top technology trends for 2005, identified by the seers at Deloitte

Japan’s Internet users near 63 million says survey

The total number of Internet users in Japan rose 11.3 per cent during the year to hit just under 63 million at the end of February, according to a survey published Tuesday.

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