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Area businesses switch things up for pandemic (access required)

As the pandemic continues to clamp down on numerous industries, more local manufacturers find ways to stay relevant and help those in need. L3Harris Technologies this month began offering its BeOn software application for free to healthcare and public safety workers, allowing users to turn their smartphones, laptops and other devices into an encrypted public safety ...

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As the pandemic continues to clamp down on numerous industries, more local manufacturers find ways to stay relevant and help ...