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What does CALEA have to do with the FBI & NSA?

The Communication Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) has recently been thrown into the national spotlight. With Eric Snowden exposing NSA secrets and the FBI submitting a controversial surveillance court order to Verizon, Americans are beginning to question the security of their communications.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 13:00

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Rural Call Completion Problem Receives High Profile Attention

For over a couple of years now, a serious call completion problem has impacted rural America and CHR Solutions’ clients. Telephone calls into rural parts of the country are not being completed properly, creating at best a nuisance for rural customers, but at worst, a potentially life threatening situation, as important public safety calls are not being delivered. It’s an issue that has been brought to the attention of the FCC, which recently took action against Level 3 regarding the problem.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 10:00

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2012 CTIA Survey: U.S. Wireless Operators' CapEx Rises to New Heights

U.S. wireless providers upped their annual network investments 19% to $30.1 billion in 2012 from $25.3 billion in 2011, according to CTIA – The Wireless Association's latest annual survey, the highest amount since the industry association began conducting its industry survey in 1985. 2012's U.S. total represented 25% of worldwide wireless capital expenditures, an outsized percentage given the U.S. accounts for just 5% of wireless users worldwide, CTIA notes in a press release.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 14:00
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Growing Network Security Threats Adds to Cloud and CPE Based Security Momentum

The growing number of Internet security threats is creating momentum for managed security services, as well as security focused CPE, according to recent research from Infonetics. The trend impacts a range of firms, from small and medium businesses to large scale enterprises, to service providers.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 10:00
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Apple Has the Lead for the Mobile Enterprise, While Companies Start Paying More Attention to Apps

Apple iOS mobile devices continue to be most widely used among large business enterprises globally despite a sharp increase in the number of Google Android mobile devices, according to Citrix's latest Enterprise Mobility Cloud Report. In producing its Q4 2012 report, Citrix researchers also report that mobile app blacklisting is on the rise among enterprise, including such popular services as Facebook and Dropbox.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 09:00
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