Upward mobility

Hunsberger, Bob
February 2011
Urgent Communications;Feb2011, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p18
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the use of mobile virtual private networks (VPNs) of government agencies in the U.S. Mobile VPNs features an ability to allow applications persist through periods of disconnection. A survey by NetMotion Wireless involving 250 U.S. city, county and state governments reveals that 90 percent of them use mobile VPNs in their police departments. The survey also showed that 80 percent attributed the use of mobile VPNs to increased productivity.


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