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Antispam industry in turbo mode

Opinion
Jul 21, 20032 mins
Enterprise ApplicationsMalwareWi-Fi

* Antispam industry in turbo mode * What wireless LANs can’t do * Trade shows transformed * How wireless number portability changes the game

Antispam industry in turbo mode

There are hundreds of companies out there who would love to sell you an antispam filter. How can any of them separate from the pack and become your choice for zapping spam? Paul McNamara tackles that issue in this week’s Buzz.

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What wireless LANs can’t do

Some proponents of public wireless LAN hot spots have claimed that the technology might go so far as to displace cell phones. Ira Brodsky tells those people to get a grip in this week’s Totally Unplugged.

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Trade shows transformed

Been to any trade shows lately? Kevin Tolly recently went to two small shows, and was pleased to see that “the circus had left town.” The noise and glitz of past trade shows was replaced with useful information.

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How wireless number portability changes the game

The FCC has spoken, and it has said that numbers for wireless phones need to be portable between carriers before the end of the year. This week Tom Nolle looks several moves ahead, to determine just how the carriers will react and how the chess match will play out.

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