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Good morning, Arieso released a study identifying the portable/mobile devices that use the most wireless bandwidth and predicts dire consequences if carriers don't commit to increasing capacity. Among their findings, they state that "1% of of all users now consume half of the entire download data." As more campus traffic migrates to our wireless networks, the increased usage has implications for our monitoring and IDS/IPS efforts. Press release: http://www.arieso.com/news-article.html?id=89 led to a Analysis: http://tech.fortune.cnn.com/2012/01/06/dont-blame-the-iphone-4s-if-your-... more insightful. -- Martin Manjak CISSP, GIAC GSEC-G Information Security Officer University at Albany MSC 209 518/437-3813 The University at Albany will never ask you to reveal your password. Please ignore all such requests.
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