Some of our San Francisco-based Vantage team hit RSA this week. Although security remains a serious topic for any-sized business and user, we captured a few fun shots on the show floor.
Enterprise Strategy Group analyst Jon Oltsik wrote that the 2013 RSA Security Conference being held this week in San Francisco may be the most important one ever. He could be right, with news outlets highlighting stories such as the US government alleging that the Chinese army may be tied to recent government hacking incidents, President …+
Earlier this month, Vantage client Redpine Signals launched a new combo chipset that created a lot of buzz in the M2M community. The chip was designed to support the many wireless languages included under the machine-to-machine umbrella. Rick Merritt of EE Times covered the announcement in his article, Redpine device packs Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Zigbee, which …+
Have an unlocked mobile phone? Use it to travel abroad? David Kravets (@dmkravets) of Wired writes ‘Sign Now: White House Petition to Legalize Mobile-Phone Unlocking’ and invites people to “sign a whitehouse.gov petition by Saturday and, if the petition reaches 100,000 signatures, the administration must respond publicly about a recent decision by copyright regulators making it illegal to …+
From the entire Vantage team: We hope everyone is having a great Valentine’s Day (or Happy Thursday!)
Most people are familiar with Hurricane Katrina and the naming of hurricanes by the National Weather Service and probably do not even give it much thought. Last week, however, when the general public, media—traditional and social—and others heard that the major snowstorm that barreled up the east coast dropping up to 38 inches in some areas …+
SC Magazine’s Give and Go: New Orleans Hornets and Array Networks article features how the NBA’s New Orleans Hornets’ 160-member staff uses Array’s DesktopDirect remote desktop appliance to securely communicate in and out of the office. In addition to travelling frequently, the staff members regularly bring their own devices to work and needed a secure …+