New Secure Mobility Report Explores Best Practices, Uncovers Barriers

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The Telecom Intelligence Group announces the launch of the Secure Mobility Report microsite (http://www.telecomweb.com/securemobilityreport ). Inaugural content on the site explores the best practices and technologies to support mobile devices, and it also explores the impact Wireless LAN security fear is having on enterprises, service providers and technology manufacturers.

The Telecom Intelligence Group announces the launch of the Secure Mobility Report microsite (http://www.telecomweb.com/securemobilityreport ). Inaugural content on the site explores the best practices and technologies to support mobile devices, and it also explores the impact Wireless LAN security fear is having on enterprises, service providers and technology manufacturers.

“The increasingly mobile workforce is raising the ante on enterprise systems security. Organizations in the public and private sector are reevaluating what it means to secure critical information assets when they use wireless infrastructure inside and outside of their organizational boundaries,” says Mike O’Neill, vice president and group publisher at The Telecom Intelligence Group. “The mission of the secure mobility report is to provide practical insight into the strategic, operational, technical and financial considerations that advance secure mobility worldwide.”

The Secure Mobility Report features exclusive research from TelecomWeb’s sister organization InfoTech, the premiere provider of market intelligence and analysis to the telecom industry. Jeanine Sterling, vice president and senior program director for InfoTech’s InfoTrack for Enterprise Mobility, will provide ongoing quantitative and qualitative research reports on security developments that are driving major decisions to support the global mobile infrastructure. Readers also will have access to news and analysis, case studies, exclusive white papers and Webinars.

Current features on the site include:

M-Commerce: The Next Big Disruptive Thing for the Secure Mobility Report

Wireless carriers have the potential to become quasi-banks, slowly adding more financial functions as the market demands and slowly loosening the bonds between banks and their customers, says Tom Miezejeski, vice president of research at the Pelorus Group.

Siemens Rolls Out HiPath 2000

Siemens Communications Inc. expanded its HiPath portfolio to include the new HiPath 2000, a new IP PBX that is "tailor-made" for small businesses with fewer than 30 employees.

WLAN Security Fears Compounded By Lack of IT Planning

It has been almost two years since the 802.11i security extension was ratified, and U.S. companies are still ranking "security concerns" as their Number One reason not to deploy a wireless LAN (WLAN). Even more eye-opening is the fact that respondents to InfoTech's most recent mobility survey expect security fears to continue to be, far and away, their top WLAN implementation barrier through 2008.

Selling Broadband To First-Responders

Municipal police departments are among the most voracious consumers of mobile broadband products and services.

Warfighting And Ground Terminals: The Satellite Edge

When it comes to delivering bandwidth in the battlefield, the U.S. military is in what is best described as rapid-recovery mode.

Weekly Secure Mobility News Briefs

  • McAfee, SmartTrust Unveil Virus Solution
  • DoD Hires Wireless Security Evaluator
  • EMS Service Buys Cost-Cutting Vehicle Router System
  • Consumer Wi-Fi Needs User-Friendly Security
  • Columbitech Bolsters Symbian Support
  • CBBB Program Helps Secure Small-Biz Info

The microsite is sponsored by secure mobility solutions provider Siemens Communications. “The mobility space has evolved at a frenetic pace during the last 18 months,” says Sterling. “Technologies, business strategies and best practices consequently have changed in response. Given this dynamic environment, it is important to stay abreast and understand the impact these rapidly unfolding developments have on the marketplace. This is why Siemens decided to support the production of exclusive research and independent analysis of this sector of business and technology,” according to Sterling.

Visit the Secure Mobility report at http://www.telecomweb.com/securemobilityreport

About The Telecom Intelligence Group

The Telecom Intelligence Group includes market intelligence provider InfoTech; TelecomWeb and TelecomWeb news break; newsletters Wireless Business Forecast, Broadband Business Forecast and Telecom Policy Report; tariff consultancy Tarifica; and the Web-based business-telephony-product database TelecomTactics.

Contacts:

Mike O’Neill

vice president and group publisher

moneill -at- accessintel.com

Sharon Valencik

marketing director

svalencik -at- accessintel.com

800-610-3109

Debra Wayne

TIG managing editor

dwayne -at- accessintel.com

http://www.telecomweb.com

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