By leveraging Motorola Solutions’ real-time-crime-center technology, the state of Illinois hopes to leverage information from disparate retail thefts to uncover trends that can be used to help law enforcement apprehend those associated with organized retail crime (ORC).
NetMotion Wireless announces Mobility 10.10, the latest version of its mobile VPN software that enables downloads 300% faster than its closest competitor while operating on the Windows 8.1 platform and providing enhanced Android support.
As the Internet of Things becomes reality, Verizon launches a cloud-based security suite that is designed to address many of the inherent challenges, including scale, convenience and the ability to thwart increasingly sophisticated attacks.
Motorola Solutions plans to enhance Twisted Pair’s WAVE voice-interoperability platform, and integrate its best features into Motorola’s own push-to-talk clients. Meanwhile, Twisted Pair will continue to operate in its Seattle office with no workforce reductions, and the WAVE product will maintain its brand for the next year, according to Bob Schassler, Motorola Solutions’ senior vice president of government solutions.
A state emergency management agency turns to cloud-based, unified group communications software platform, which links multiple disparate agencies throughout the state more cost-effectively and easily than moving them all to a single system.
San Diego-Based TakeLessons’ suite of cloud-based enterprise tools helps mom-and-pop instructors do things that they’re typically not very good at, such as market themselves to find students, keep schedules straight and collect payments.