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Improving Bluetooth Security

Written by  Brian Hernacki

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