Wireless And Remote Access

This is FindLaw's Legal Technology Center's collection of Wireless and Remote Access articles. Information, white papers, case studies and press releases on issues such as wireless and remote access to internal networks, secure virtual private networks (VPN), wireless network connectivity and more are provided here.
Wireless And Remote Access Articles
    • Tech Tips: Printer Problems and VPN Ideas
      Provided by Chuck Linebaugh of O'Hagan, Smith & Amundsen
      Tips on dealing with printer problems and how to install a Virtual Private Network (VPN) for remote network access.

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    • Hutchison Whampoa announces the global launch of the X-Series from 3
      Provided by Hutchison Whampoa
      Hutchison Whampoa Limited today announced the global launch of the X-Series from 3. The X-Series from 3 marks the beginning of the internet via mobile broadband, and heralds a new way of doing business for mobile network operators.

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    • Cingular Wireless Eliminates Data Loss Risk With NetMotion Mobility XE
      Provided by Cingular Wireless
      Cingular Wireless today introduced NetMotion Wireless' Mobility XE, which ensures that handheld and laptop- based mobile applications remain available for data input and activity even if the user travels outside a wireless coverage area or across diverse networks. The innovative solution then resumes the wireless session automatically once the mobile device regains contact with the wireless network.

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    • Opera Names Yahoo! Exclusive Global Partner for Mobile Search
      Provided by Opera
      Opera Software (OSE: OPERA) and Yahoo! (Nasdaq: YHOO) today announced a new strategic partnership for which Opera has named Yahoo! as the exclusive provider of mobile search on its millions of Web browsers for mobile phones, Opera Mini and Opera Mobile, across more than 100 countries worldwide.

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    • The Cresting Telecommuting Wave: Employers Are Paying For Employees' Home High-Speed Internet Services
      Provided by Eric Sinrod of FindLaw
      Employees telecommuting from home for work is becoming a fact of life in the Internet age. Employers are embracing such arrangements, such that they now are beginning to reimburse employees for the Internet services they use at home for work purposes.

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    • HP Extends Remote Client Portfolio, Expands into New Markets
      Provided by HP
      HP today expanded the broadest portfolio of remote client solutions in the industry with global availability and enhanced features for its blade PC architecture as well as the introduction of two new thin clients.

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    • California Bill Requires Wireless Warnings
      Provided by The FindLaw Editorial Staff of FindLaw
      California residents might not be able to access their neighbor's wireless network for much longer. A bill that passed the California State Assembly on August 29 will require wireless manufacturers to give consumers instructions on how to secure their wireless networks.

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    • Data Security: Wake Up Corporate America!
      Provided by Eric Sinrod of FindLaw
      Corporate America, if you are not awake yet, you will be after reading this. Notwithstanding ample attention and effort focused on data security, an unbelievable but true 63% of U.S. corporations do not think that they can prevent data breaches, according to a recent report provided exclusively first to this columnist.

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    • No Graphics, No Fun? No Way (MUDs and MOOs)
      Provided by Marie D'Amico of Digital Media
      Hordes of Hollywoodians are flocking to Silicon Valley hoping film-like visions of digital sugar plums can entrance the hearts and loosen the purse strings of PC users. After all, enchanting Disney -like animation has lured half a million Myst users to their PCs and film is even more evocative, right? Maybe, maybe not.

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    • Making The Case For TeleWorking
      Provided by Eric Sinrod of FindLaw
      According to CDW Corporation's 2007 Telework Report, a mere 15% of employees in the private sector believe that they currently have the option to telework. Is this good enough? Probably not. Read on.

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