‘Secure Mobility Report’ Explores Ways to Protect Wireless Enterprise Infrastructures, Portable Access Devices and More

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The Telecom Intelligence Group has launched the Secure Mobility Report, an independent, analytical Web resource for the growing community interested in developing or implementing enterprise-wide mobility strategies in both the public and private sectors.

Large, medium and small enterprises as well as the entire community of service providers have a major stake in understanding the implications mobility strategies bring to public and private network infrastructures. U.S. companies continue to rank "security concerns" as their Number One reason not to deploy a wireless local area network (WLAN). Even more eye-opening is the fact that a new Secure Mobility Report white paper authored by InfoTech: The Telecom Intelligence Group expects security fears to continue to be, far and away, the Number One WLAN implementation barrier for organizations through 2008.

The implications of this sustained level of unease ripple across all WLAN stakeholders. For enterprises, WLAN security fears not only delay the business benefits of deployment, but they strongly reinforce the need for the type of proactive mobility planning that anticipates and neutralizes these types of concerns. For WLAN infrastructure suppliers and their channels, sales and revenues are diminished unless every conversation with customers addresses steps to optimize secure communications.

That is why the Telecom Intelligence Group has launched the Secure Mobility Report (http://www.telecomweb.com/smr), an independent, analytical Web resource for the growing community interested in developing or implementing enterprise-wide mobility strategies in both the public and private sectors. This news and information service is brought to you by the award-winning editors of TelecomWeb (http://www.telecomweb.com) and the respected analysts of InfoTech. For more than 20 years, our journalists, market researchers and expert consultants have provided industry executives (including those at service providers, equipment manufacturers and end-user enterprises) with the information, analysis and insights they need to make informed decisions on how technologies affect their business operations.

The editorial mission of the Secure Mobility Report is straightforward:

To keep the community of interest up to date on the latest security developments that affect the enterprise mobility environment;

To provide analytical treatment of emerging trends that will drive demand and adoption;

To identify and understand the issues that will serve as barriers to implementation;

To offer the case studies and profiles of organizations developing the best practices to help reduce the risks associated with implementing secure-mobility strategies while maximizing the returns they can get from these initiatives; and finally

To present a solid, research-based body of knowledge that will help the end-user community make decisions in the most accurate context possible.

The content on the Secure Mobility Report is underwritten by the exclusive sponsorship of Siemens Communications Group (http://www.usa.siemens.com/communications). Thanks to the sponsorship of Siemens, becoming a subscriber to the Secure Mobility Report is both EASY and FREE. Simply register to become a member of the site, and you gain instant access to the latest news, insight and analysis on this exciting segment of the market.

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, Telecom Policy Report and Inside Digital TV; tariff consultancy Tarifica; and the Web-based business telephony product database TelecomTactics. For more information, visit http://www.telecomweb.com.

Contact:

Sharon Valencik

Research Director

infotechresearch @ accessintel.com

1-800-610-3109

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