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What I've been looking for

Finally, what I've been looking for, for a long time now. A system that will allow the user to roam seamlessly across a multiple types of wireless connections.

ARMONK, N.Y., August 15, 2002 . . . IBM today announced the capability to offer seamless, secure roaming between different types of wireless networks including Wireless LAN, cellular, private mobile radio and satellite networks. With the new Everyplace Wireless Gateway solution it is possible to have access to critical business data at all times, moving from location to location while roaming over different types of networks, using different types of wireless device.

  posted by David @ 5:21 AM

Friday, August 16, 2002  

Governor's Mansion goes Wireless

This is old news, but I didn't realize that they had installed an access point in the Governor's mansion. I wonder if it is connected to the state network or some other public network. One of the things we need immediately is an inventory of all the state government access points and a system for assuring that it is updated. We also need to proceed in a much more organized fashion if we want to continue to insure the integrity / security of the wide area network.

  posted by David @ 5:13 AM

John Robb comments on Utah's growing weblog community

John Robb is the president of Radio Userland. Commenting on an article in Network World, Robb writes,

Given the sign up rate I am seeing, I suspect that by the end of the year he [Windley] is going to have a thriving community of K-Loggers. In combination with a Google appliance, this is going to be a big asset for the state.

  posted by David @ 5:09 AM

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