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TDS Helps Florida Hospitals Implement High-Speed VPN

Madison, Wis. - TDS Telecom, a Madison-based communications provider, recently helped a rural Florida hospital to upgrade its network. At the behest of the Florida state Legislature, the Florida State University medical school began conducting a survey to determine the communication needs of the states rural healthcare facilities. The research......

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Typically wide area networks are built using leased lines, which can become progressively more expensive as the number of branch offices, and the distance between them, increases. VPNs represent a way to avoid this cost without sacrificing the security associated with leased-line circuits.

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 02/25/04


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