FatPort wins big support from iPass

FatPort wins big support from iPass

Connecting western Canadian mobile workers to their applications back at the office is the goal of a California wireless access...

August 22nd, 2002 Stefan Dubowski

U.S. Robotics doubles speed of 802.11b wireless LAN

U.S. Robotics doubles speed of 802.11b wireless LAN

U.S. Robotics Corp. (USR) has boosted the speed of its latest range of wireless LAN products for small businesses to...

April 15th, 2002 Peter Sayer

No wires, no security, no solution

No wires, no security, no solution

Spring is in the air, and so is your vital network data. The explosion of wireless networks at home and...

April 7th, 2002 Pimm Fox

MS plans to fold mobile server into Exchange, ISA

MS plans to fold mobile server into Exchange, ISA

Microsoft Corp. signalled a major shift in its mobile infrastructure strategy recently when it announced plans to deconstruct its stand-alone...

March 7th, 2002 John Fontana

Palm to acquire wireless software maker

Palm to acquire wireless software maker

Looking to boost its appeal among business customers, Palm Inc. said Wednesday it has agreed to acquire ThinAirApps Inc., a...

December 13th, 2001 James Niccolai

Red-M opens Bluetooth to Palm developers

Red-M opens Bluetooth to Palm developers

The drive to bring Bluetooth-based wireless link capabilities to handhelds based on Palm Inc.'s operating system moved forward Nov. 20...

November 19th, 2001 Stephen Lawson

Hackers are still using tried and true methods

Hackers are still using tried and true methods

A security study released last month sounded another call to arms for network administrators to secure wireless networks, showing how...

November 15th, 2001 George A. Chidi Jr

Free wireless networking movement gathers speed

Free wireless networking movement gathers speed

A grassroots effort to deploy free wireless networking access zones threatens to undermine the multibillion-dollar campaigns of wireless network vendors...

September 27th, 2001 Ephraim Schwartz and Mark Jones

Wi-LAN cuts its workforce in half

Wi-LAN cuts its workforce in half

Ranked among the top five fastest-growing companies last summer by Profit magazine, Calgary-based wireless vendor Wi-LAN Inc. announced Friday it...

September 13th, 2001 IT World Canada Staff