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IPSI Network Security

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IP Solutions enables organisations to leverage more advanced ecommerce solutions to deliver improvements such as improved cash flow, customer service, staff productivity and governance.

 

Via strategic partnerships with international award winning vendors in each of the key areas associated with PCI DSS compliance, IP Solutions offers a unique network of over one hundred and twenty personnel specialising in de-scoping and reducing the costs associated with security compliance.

 

Clients are able to leverage proven technology which has been tried and tested by thousands of business, including major banks and fortune 500 corporations.

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Wireless Networks, Mobile Apps, Cloud Play Large Role in IT Security - eWeek

eWeek Wireless Networks, Mobile Apps, Cloud Play Large Role in IT Security eWeek The results from the latest annual business continuity study brings to light several trends regarding how businesses are preparing themselves for potential disasters...
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White House report hints at increase in baseline broadband speed | Lightwave.com

White House report hints at increase in baseline broadband speed | Lightwave.com | Wireless Network Security Solutions | Scoop.it

High-speed broadband has become so ubiquitous in the United States that the baseline for broadband could become as high as 10 Mbps downstream, suggests a new White House report. Meanwhile, fiber-based broadband access continues to lag other media in terms of reach, even at 100-Mbps levels.

The report, “Four Years of Broadband Growth,” represents the White House’s assessment of how broadband access in the United States has improved as the result of the Obama Administration’ policies as well as significant investment from the private sector. Report authors the Office of Science and Technology Policy and The National Economic Council note that the government defines “broadband” services as 3 Mbps downstream and 768 kbps upstream – although the Federal Communications Administration uses at least 4 Mbps downstream and upstream speeds of at least 1 Mbps.


However, thanks to greater penetration of wired and wireless broadband access networks, 91.4% of Americans have access to wired broadband networks that are advertised as capable of offering 10 Mbps downstream, the report authors assert. Wireless networks capable of such downstream speeds reach 81% of the U.S. population, the report adds.

“Nonetheless, we acknowledge that the country is rapidly reaching the point at which baseline broadband evaluations should increase, and might instead begin at 10 Mbps downstream. This evolving baseline reflects a growing need for increased bandwidth as more Americans use the Internet for work and to build career skills,” the authors suggest.


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Wireless Internet Access Fact Sheet | community broadband networks

Wireless Internet Access Fact Sheet | community broadband networks | Wireless Network Security Solutions | Scoop.it

Wireless networks have been incredibly successful, from home Wi-Fi networks to the billions of mobile devices in use across the planet. So successful, in fact, that some have come to believe we no longer need wires.

 

We developed this fact sheet to clarify some misconceptions about what wireless Internet networks are capable of and the importance of fiber optic cables in building better wireless networks as our bandwidth needs continue to increase.

 

This fact sheet defines important terms, offers some key points clarifying common misconceptions, compares 4G and 3G wireless to wired cable, and more. We also include references to additional resources for those who want to dig deeper.

 

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