Wi-Fi

The value of Wi-Fi to APAC organisations
Wi-Fi connectivity downtime results in US$51 million in business losses and dramatically impacts a company’s brand reputation
Many Wi-Fi hotspots waiting to be hacked
Kaspersky Lab has found that every fourth (28%) Wi-Fi hotspot is unsecured and poses a risk to users' personal data.
REDtone back in the black
REDtone International Bhd has returned to profitability with a RM1.86 million (US$591,600) profit after tax for the financial ended May 31, 2012, following a RM12.3 million (US$3.9 million) loss after tax in FY11. The profit after tax was mainly driven by significant growth in its data and broadband services, the company said in a statement.
Operators pressed to adopt Wi-Fi as offload strategy, says Ovum
While the rapid growth of mobile broadband traffic is pressurizing operators to look beyond the negative revenue implications of Wi-Fi as a viable traffic offload option, today's carrier-grade solutions do not fully meet operators' needs, according to Ovum.
Makati's city-wide Wi-Fi project makes City Hall a hotspot
The Makati City Government said it has signed up telco giant PLDT to provide free Wi-Fi service in the Makati City Hall as a prelude to its bigger plan to make Makati the first “Wi-Fi City” in the Philippines.
Evidence Act: An issue to be solved technically, not legally: MOL
The owner and operator of one of the largest Wi-Fi networks in Malaysia believes that making amendments to the law isn’t the right response to address certain cyber security concerns expressed by the government.
Wi-Fi, the messiah of operators’ brimming networks
Mobile operators in the region have no choice but to embrace enterprise-grade Wi-Fi technology to keep up with demand of burgeoning cellular traffic, but several challenges are arrayed against the rolling out of a full-fledged, seamless cellular-cum-Wi-Fi network, notes an industry body. 
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