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I'm sure he means Intel hardware and MS software technologies.
That's assuming all company mail is routed within the company's network or over vpn.
The new magicJack uses, without permission, radio frequencies for which cellular carriers have paid billions of dollars for exclusive licenses.
Borislow said the device is legal because wireless spectrum licences don't extend into the home.
And if you come within 2.4 meters of the device, your cell is supposed to register with it automagically.
If the carriers let this fly, nano cells in licensed band are next and they'll never let this happen.
You're joking, right?
Hit Google, you'll get things like this
Looks like Windows IIS + MSSQL again.