DEFINITION: A cell phone jammer is a device that blocks transmission or reception of signals, usually by creating some form of interference at the same frequency ranges that cell phones use. As a result, a cell phone user will either lose the signal or experience a significant loss of signal quality.Cell phone jammers have both benign and malicious uses. Police and the military often use them to limit or disrupt
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In this three-part series podcast, hear from an industry expert as he discusses what's new with Windows Phones. Uncover why Windows Phones on Exchange server is the best mix for your enterprise and key advantages of leveraging business applications through Windows Phones.
The Plantronics UC Toolkit, Adoption FAQ addresses the top questions IT organizations raise to help achieve maximum employee adoption of UC audio devices. Included are responses to vital questions such as “How can I accelerate ongoing and increased adoption rates? How do I measure adoption success? What can I do to show success to management?”
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