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New Cisco Vulnerabilities Exposed


By

Eric Griffith

| CIO Insights Article Published April 9, 2004
Coming on the heels of a code leak in March, two more security vulnerabilities were revealed today.

Hotels and Intel to Market Wi-Fi


By

Eric Griffith

| CIO Insights Article Published February 27, 2003
Leading lodgers Marriott and Starwood are teaming with the chip maker on joint marketing campaigns designed to promote their public-access hotspots and the new Centrino mobile technology coming soon in new laptops.

Proxim Brings 802.11g to the Enterprise


By

Eric Griffith

| CIO Insights Article Published January 28, 2003
The ORiNOCO line gets a price cut on two of its business-class access points at the same time Proxim announces an 802.11g upgrade kit, all in hopes of pushing high-speed 2.4GHz WLANs into offices.

Dell Makes Wi-Fi Standard on Laptops


By

Eric Griffith

| CIO Insights Article Published January 14, 2003
The latest in Dell's Latitude line of laptops will be getting 802.11b integrated as the company enters a deal to give its users discounts at Wayport-powered hotspots.

Wi-Fi Alliance to Brand Public Hotspots


By

Eric Griffith

| CIO Insights Article Published January 10, 2003
The group behind 802.11 compatibility certification wants to make sure all public access hotspots are compatible, as well as easy to locate using 'Wi-Fi ZONE' labels.

The Wireless Display Arrives


By

Eric Griffith

| CIO Insights Article Published January 8, 2003
Vendors big and small are pushing the monitor farther and farther away from the computer by sending the video signal over a Wi-Fi connection.

T-Mobile Unwires Airport Lounges


By

Eric Griffith

| CIO Insights Article Published October 31, 2002
American, Delta, and United are all partnering with T-Mobile to put even more Wi-Fi hotspots into airports around the United States.

Wi-Fi Growth: At Home and at the Bank


By

Eric Griffith

| CIO Insights Article Published October 28, 2002
New reports project a jump to 33 million Wi-Fi products shipped in 2006, with household-based wireless technology in both the computer and in the entertainment center; by that time WLANs should be in half of our financial institutions as well.

Mapping the Lack of Wireless Security


By

Eric Griffith

| CIO Insights Article Published October 25, 2002
Look both ways when crossing the streets this week: the second WorldWide WarDrive is going on in major cities around the world as WLAN security activists drive around to expose the large number of unencrypted access points.