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Organization: Multinational investment bank User base: Employees Geographic location: North America Application: Wireless e-mail for mobile executives Business requirement: Enable wireless access to existing e-mail infrastructure and other applications securely Solution: Blackberry interactive e-mail pagers on Mobitex networks Background: This organization possessed similar requirements as the previous organization but selected a different wireless architecture Although the company considered utilizing WAP enabled cell phones, the company wanted to expand the wireless
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Part 3 Wireless Deployment Strategies
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project to additional applications beyond e-mail For these reasons, the organization required a device with more capabilities than the average WAP mobile phone Ultimately, the company deployed over 3,000 Blackberry wireless handhelds from RIM to their user base, making it one of the world s largest Blackberry deployments Following successful deployment of the Blackberry wireless e-mail solution (for further details on the Blackberry architecture, please see 6), the company began investigating how to utilize the deployed Blackberry devices to access other corporate data, in particular market data information that traders and brokers could receive on the Blackberry devices Given the slow network throughput and reduced computational capabilities of the Blackberry device, data with the simplest user interfaces and minimal throughput requirements were given first priority The organization evaluated the various browser products available for the Blackberry device and ultimately selected a browser-based application that could be launched from the Blackberry device and connect to a secure server residing behind the corporate firewall This solution provided a significant benefit end-to-end security By placing a proxy server behind the corporate firewall, the organization retained secure network access without any of the WAP Gap issues Furthermore, in leveraging the symmetric key encryption available in the Blackberry devices, the organization ensured that the market data did not get decrypted until it reaches an authenticated BlackBerry device Figure 10-5 highlights the layout of this solution
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Figure 10-5 Extended wireless corporate e-mail and application solution
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Wireless PDA Database A Network Operator Mobitex Firewall Wireless Server Database B
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Case Study 4
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Organization: Large hospital Users: Employees Geographic location: United States, single geographic metropolitan area Application: Wireless PDA access to patient clinical data Business requirement: Enable doctors to access corporate securely Solution: PDA-based solution accessing corporate network via a Mobitex network Background: This organization was trying to provide access to critical patient data to an increasingly mobility workforce PCs were not always immediately accessible to physicians, and given the importance of real-time response to information, the organization felt considerable pressure to develop wireless access to this information Given the incredible sensitivity of this patient data, security was a paramount consideration Furthermore, a new series of government regulations called HIPAA covered the US healthcare industry These regulations specifically dealt with patient confidentiality The organization ultimately selected the Palm VII wireless PDA These devices access the Mobitex network and provide a large liquid crystal display (LCD) area that was more suitable for viewing the patient information than on a cellular phone On the application side, the organization s patient information was already accessible through a secure wired web interface The next step was to modify the application to support wireless access The Palm VII does not have a generic browser Instead, access to applications is completely by Palm Query Applications (PQA) These are small programs that are installed and launched from the Palm device The simplest analogy is in the wired world, a browser has a series of bookmarks In the Palm VII, each bookmark is its own PQA To support the PQA interface on the web server side, only minor modifications were needed The main change was altering the web server content to a format that was compatible and viewable on the wireless device Once the application had been developed, the next step was developing a secure architecture Like the wireless e-mail implementation in Case
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