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Top Five Information Protection Tips for SMBs

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Symantec has put together the tips below for SMBs to help them ensure they are protecting all the information held by their business.

Get into back-to-school mode: Develop Internet security guidelines and educate employees about Internet safety, security, and the latest threats.  Employees that know what they can click on and what they should stay away from is an important step. It is also important to change passwords regularly and never share them with anyone.

The front door is locked – what about the company information?

SMBs are facing increased risks to their confidential information so safeguarding this data is critical.  One data breach could mean financial ruin for an SMB. Implement a complete protection solution to ensure proprietary information—whether its credit card information, customer data or employee records—is safe.

Implement an effective backup and recovery plan:  Protecting information is more than implementing an antivirus solution.  Backup and recovery is a critical component of complete information protection to keep SMBs’ desktops, servers and applications running smoothly in case of disruption—whether it’s a flood, an earthquake, a virus or a system failure.  One outage could mean customer dissatisfaction and costly downtime, which could be catastrophic to the business.

Secure email and web assets:  Select a mail and Web security solution that can help mitigate spam and email threats so SMBs can protect sensitive information and spend more time on day-to-day activities.  Spammers and phishers will use current events and social engineering tactics to get users to give up personal information such as credit card and banking information.

Always on the go?  Don’t forget endpoint protection

Instead of solely focusing on devices, such as laptops, SMBs need to take a step back and look at where their information is being stored and protect those areas accordingly. In addition to encryption and security updates, it is important to enforce password management for managers and employees. Maintaining strong passwords will help protect the data stored on a laptop if a device is lost or hacked.

GSM operators break spectrum barrier with help from NSN

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Offers unique spectral efficiency feature to increase network capacity and quality

GSM operators worldwide will now be able to get more from limited spectrum and improve their overall Quality of Service (QoS). Nokia Siemens Networks has launched a unique Dynamic Frequency and Channel Allocation (DFCA) feature that can double GSM network capacity within existing spectrum. The feature supports growth, while maintaining service quality and controlling costs.

GSM operators in emerging markets are adding millions of subscribers every month. However, spectrum limitations prevent operators from adding new subscribers to their existing networks without building more base stations sites.

“DFCA has immense potential to help operators address the challenge of ever increasing voice and data traffic,” said Prashant Agnihotri, head of GSM/EDGE product management, Nokia Siemens Networks. “It helps operators squeeze voice calls into less bandwidth, so it can be alternatively used for data, either through Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) or by re-farming the spectrum to Wideband Code Division Multiple Access/Long Term Evolution (WCDMA/LTE). It brings a substantial increase for operators in terms of potential earnings per base station site.”

Nokia Siemens Networks’ DFCA feature helps operators to continue acquiring new subscribers while overcoming current spectrum bottlenecks. Using a combination of software features, it increases the traffic carrying capacity of existing sites, while improving network quality. This, in turn, minimizes the immediate investment in additional sites, reducing the total cost of ownership. An added benefit is a huge increase in energy efficiency per subscriber.

New HP Compaq 100eu truly represents all-in-one functionality

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HP Compaq’s affordable 100eu All-in-One PC is now available from official South African distributor, Drive Control Corporation (DCC).  The PC features a sleek, small footprint as well as integrated and built-in 20-inch display and speakers for users that require both computing power, cool aesthetics and sound.

Optimised to save money and offer efficiency, the 100eu All-in-One is a PC and monitor in one; plus unlike traditional desktop and display computing systems that require two power supplies, the 100eu has a single power source reducing power cables that create clutter.  Moreover, the PC is Energy Star certified, lowering power costs by as much 50% and 75% in sleep mode which is a must in today’s energy-sensitive society.

“The all-in-one nature of the Compaq100eu means users save on valuable space and the costs associated with standalone peripherals.  Furthermore, with bundled speakers the PC appeals to a wide user base, from office to home users, which is undoubtedly a major plus to our channel partners,” comments Deon Botha, HP PSG Product Specialist at DCC.

“The Compaq 100eu captures the adage ‘form meets function’ perfectly; what more do you need than a All-in-One PC that takes up minimal space, neatly tucks away cabling and provides all the computing power you need to work productively?”

Apart from its sleek looks the all-in-one PC enables users to quickly move around and access information with DVD-RW drive and Hi-Speed 2.0 USB ports and PCIe upgradability.  Also, the slim-tray DVD-RW drive enables for the seamless backup and retrieval of data.

Lastly, the Compaq 100eu All-in-One offers the following computing features:

.    160GB 7200 SATA-3.0Gb/s hard drive;
.    1GB PC2-6400 DDR2-800 SODIMM of system memory; and
.    IntelR Atom D410 Processor.

Motorola LTE Ecosystem

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The Networks business of Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT), the main provider of indoor TD-LTE coverage at the Shanghai World Expo 2010, has teamed with several industry leaders in providing the world’s first end-to-end TD-LTE solution at the expo. The Motorola end-to-end TD-LTE network includes subscriber devices, eNodeB, backhaul, evolved packet core (EPC), billing and LTE manager, with vendors including Aricent, Bridgewater Systems, Cisco, Continuous Computing, Emerson Network Power, IBM, Innofidei and Sequans.

“At Shanghai Expo, we continue to demonstrate our leadership in developing 4G solutions that utilize our own field-proven innovation as well as leverage components from best-in-class vendors for the core and devices,” said Fred Gabbard, vice president, product management, Motorola Networks. “By continuing to promote and drive the LTE ecosystem, we’re making TD-LTE a commercial reality to help operators bring a true broadband experience to their subscribers.”

Motorola is working with Innofidei and Sequans for chipset/terminal solutions to demonstrate a high-quality video wall including 24 simultaneous video streams, remote monitoring and high-speed Internet browsing applications running on the Motorola TD-LTE network. Motorola also added to its list of world’s first LTE achievements by running and scheduling multiple devices with multiple vendors on a single sector at the expo, demonstrating the maturity of Motorola’s LTE solution including its intelligent, proprietary OFDM scheduler that can help increase capacity on a loaded cell. Innofidei and Sequans provide Motorola with commercial-size TD-LTE USB dongles.

Motorola’s next-generation WBC 700 portfolio – the EPC component of the network – helps operators meet rapid growth in subscriber demands for mobile broadband by giving them the opportunity to increase revenue while reducing cost per bit. Motorola’s WBC 700 solution is engineered with a design philosophy of a distributed architecture that can scale independently for data traffic or control messaging, giving operators the performance and capacity they will need to effectively operate their LTE networks and the flexibility to support future growth.

Motorola’s WBC 700 mobility management entity (MME) is architected around a unique, best-in-class combination of Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture (ATCA) hardware from Emerson Network Power plus Trillium SCTP FastPath software and advanced packet processing blades from Continuous Computing featuring NetLogic Microsystems’ (NASDAQ: NETL) multi-core processor technology to deliver high levels of security, reliability and performance required for LTE now and in the future. Motorola’s WBC 700 packet data network and serving gateways (P-GW and S-GW) solution is built on a purpose-built, world-class, multi-technology gateway platform from Cisco that is deployed today in a variety of 2G, 3G and 4G infrastructure roles. The S-GW and P-GW functions can be added to an existing deployed platform and give the operator an easy migration approach to LTE, offering operators the ability to migrate to a single core for 2G/3G/4G and lowering their operating expenses.

Motorola is also using the Bridgewater® Home Subscriber Server (HSS) from Bridgewater Systems as part of its end-to-end LTE solution at the expo. The HSS is a master repository that houses subscriber and device information. It also manages subscriber identities, service profiles, authentication, authorization and quality of service in real-time. Motorola and Bridgewater are working on several LTE trials and deployments with major operators across the globe using both the Bridgewater HSS and Policy Controller Rules Function (PCRF) to manage subscribers, devices and applications.

Also at the expo, Motorola’s network management system (NMS) solution manages its TD-LTE network. This is the first TD-LTE deployment of the Motorola 4G NMS solution that was developed in conjunction with IBM using the IBM Tivoli Netcool software. A pre-integrated management solution that helps improve network and service availability and lowers operating expenses for customers, NMS improves the efficiency of the network operations center (NOC) by reducing outages with advanced correlation, reporting mechanisms, and automated actions that accelerate outage recovery. Motorola teamed with IBM to develop its NMS solution that can be used by service providers of all sizes. It is capable of managing all third-party equipment provided by Motorola and a number of other third-party manufacturers.

Motorola is also collaborating with Aricent to integrate its Active Mediation Server (AMS) software as a key enabling component of its charge gateway (CGW) solution. AMS is part of Aricent’s broad range of award-winning 4G software frameworks and product lifecycle services portfolio, including LTE and WiMAX. It acts as a single gateway to mediate usage and event-based records in a 4G LTE network and provides a single interface to legacy billing solutions. Existing billing and back office solutions can continue to function with the new 4G technology introduction by installing the Motorola CGW solution for both pre-paid and post-paid charging records.

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