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Cattle rustlers are back. In December the Tulsa World reported that cattle theft in Oklahoma hit an all-time high in 2013. It said the drought in the Southwest took a toll on cattle herds, tightening supply and driving up beef prices. That, in turn, increased the temptation to steal cattle. While the spike in cattle […]Read more →
A modern city is full of obstructions that prevent organizations from extending their wired networks to all of their locations. It might have dozens of police precincts that must be connected with a real-time, high-speed network. A medical provider could have a hospital connected to urgent-care centers around the city that need a high-bandwidth network […]Read more →
If you need to extend your computer network into a remote locale where cabling is impractical or prohibitively expensive, you need a wireless point-to-point bridge. A point-to-point bridge is an elegant, economical solution to the thorny challenge of getting all your employees’ computers on your organization’s network no matter how far-flung they may be from the […]Read more →
When the Midlothian Independent School District (MISD) in Texas discovered it could cost as much as $1 million to use fiber optic technology for a project it was about to undertake, it began considering other solutions. Wireless technology quickly rose to the top of the list. The MISD held a competitive request for proposal process, eventually […]Read more →