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Portland, Oregon is the site of the second major WiMAX deployment in the US. Will legal challenges and a weak economy dampen enthusiasm for the new service?
Some say maturity and grim economic reality combine to motivate cuts.
On the bright side: People are still buying smartphones.
Baltimore represents an early test market, with Chicago and Washington, D.C. in line for the next WiMax rollouts.
Research firm says security options make it viable, but Apple's handset has room for improvement.
Seeking to bolster its unified communications offerings for SMBs, the telecom giant snaps up former technology partner.
Delta is latest to promise wireless in flight, but do users really want it?
New report shows explosive growth ahead for high-speed wireless -- yet WiMAX may emerge a loser.
Service strategy lets small companies enjoy technology benefits without the headaches.
New research indicates that while deployment hurdles remain, enterprises are increasingly 'getting it.'
Vendor pushes out tools to protect out-facing SAP systems, virtualized files.
Companies are untying IT purse strings for smartphones but not for much else these days.
Handset maker's Good Technology unit intros VPN desgned for broader, safer application use on wireless devices.
New platform could rev up corporate mobile capabilities.
Mobile UC is being spurred on by new applications and increased interoperability.
With Sprint and Clearwire leading the charge for the mobile broadband technology, there's no limit to the vision of WiMAX's fans -- despite major obstacles.
Exploiting the richness of IP communications capabilities, tool melds chat, IM, file sharing, and video messaging.
SRM tools promise greater efficiencies, utilization rates.
Pundits not convinced open source is a storage element as yet.
Cisco, Microsoft and other major vendors are pushing converged communications platforms hard. But many uncertain IT shops are pushing back.
Storage vendors band together to foster product interoperability and enterprise adoption.
Most online e-mail archive providers charge by the byte, Google goes subscription.
While boasting promise, unified communications won't be a smooth road for vendors or enterprise.
Telephony titan rolls out presence technology and vertical-specific solutions.