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Improving Bluetooth Security

Written by  Brian Hernacki Monday, 03 March 2014 19:34

But Bluetooth isn’t just for mobile phones, PDAs and laptops. According to Bluetooth SIG, commercial vehicles are installing Bluetooth systems for driver communications, hands-free calling and data capture. Hospitals are employing the use of wireless pulse oximeters, which reduces the likelihood of a patient accidentally removing the pulse receiver. Several companies are implementing Bluetooth technology into their IT environments, enabling enterprise-class applications to increase productivity and improve the bottom line. A bottling company in Australia has equipped field sales and marketing staff with Bluetooth-enabled laptops and mobile phones, allowing its employees to be connected to Internet, company network, e-mail, and client information anywhere, anytime. The laptops, connecting via

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