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7.5 MILLION U.S. households have a home network that's at least partly wireless. This number is expected to grow to 34.3 million by 2009.--JUPITER RESEARCH

LAPTOPS are becoming the preferred devices for business users to access data wirelessly (47 percent), displacing cellular phones as the most popular access device (27 percent).--INSTAT/MDR

ABOUT HALF of wireless workers use a virtual private network (VPN) to access corporate computers and networks wirelessly; however, they don't use the VPN at all times.--INSTAT/MDR
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Title Annotation:meshed briefs
Publication:Mobile Business Advisor
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jan 1, 2005
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