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Commercial vehicle telematics market to top $11.2B in 2014, says Visiongain

The commercial vehicle telematics market is forecast by Visiongain to reach $11.2 billion this year.

It's official: The HP Slate 500 tablet is out

After many months of rumors, sneak previews and delays, the HP (NYSE: HPQ) Slate 500 Tablet PC is finally out. In a nutshell, the HP tablet is a 8.9-inch slate that runs on Windows 7 via a 1.86GHz

Elusive tablet PC a touch away

The faster you buy some great new technology, the sooner it gets pushed aside for something faster and better. But in the case of tablet computers, IT executives have been waiting and waiting for the

Appliances, appliances everywhere

Today's network managers are inundated by dozens or even hundreds of appliances across data centers and branch offices, but sometimes, the sheer number of these specialized devices can create a

Will the iPhone be IT's Achilles Heel?

Apple's iPhone wasn't intended to be an enterprise device, but there is no doubt that employees will start bringing WiFi-enabled smartphones into the corporate setting, using them for work-related

Wireless connectivity can breed wireless insecurity

Wireless connectivity is a fact of life in today's corporate world, but leaving wireless devices connected indiscriminately and unchecked can expose your organization's confidential data and

Wireless connectivity has come a long way

Wireless connectivity is unquestionably a part of today's working world, but how does it fit in your wired infrastructure? And where does it fail to provide what your IT professionals need? If you

SPOTLIGHT: The ongoing struggle to balance risks

The word 'risk' is a four-letter word that IT teams constantly grapple with when it comes to assessing security, protecting data and ensuring network stability. And it's clearly getting more

Is there a need for 4G networks?

Developing faster networks is a quest for every telecom provider today, and while many are forging ahead on what's being termed 4G wireless connectivity, a number of pundits are dismissing the

SPOTLIGHT: Why ignoring wireless networking isn't a good idea

If your enterprise wireless network strategy has been to ban wireless networking, then you're likely feeling a false sense of security. As some industry pundits explain, WiFi is entering every