Wednesday, August 23, 2006

More press stuff - this time, terrorism

We sent out another press release earlier today. This is our response to the recent arrests related to a suspected plot to blow up ten planes en route from Europe to the U.S. Because security regulations have been significantly tightened and seem to be changing on an almost daily basis, we thought it made sense to advise folks how they could reduce technological uncertainty associated with air travel.

It's entitled, Businesses Must Adapt as Terrorist Threats Impact Travelers' Laptop Usage, says Info-Tech Research Group. We released it via PR Newswire, and it can also be found on Yahoo! Finance and on our corporate site.

This one differs from other such releases in that it went out with a freely-available research note that provides more detailed advice. It's entitled Change Mobility Strategy Due to Terrorism. I wrote it, and it is similar to the kind of writing I do for Info-Tech every day.

More updates on this topic as they are available. In the meantime, this might be a good read if you're going to be flying anytime soon.

Your turn: Will the latest twist in our response to the threat of terrorism change your flight plans? How should the world deal with this seemingly never-ending litany of threats?


Shan said...

Yeah, avoid bringing your laptop. Especially certain Dells.

Kara said...

I do think i'm more inclined to vacation locally then I would have been before...