Archive for March, 2009

what we’re reading, week of 3/23

Posted: 26th March 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

From Lori MacVittie’s Blog… Can the Cloud survive regulation? Lori MacVittie questions whether a more regulated cloud would survive new laws and regulations? Concerns have been raised by multiple industries on the reliability and security of the cloud in general. Until conflicts between security, regulations, reliability, and privacy are addressed, the cloud may be unsuitable [...]

what we're reading, week of 3/23

Posted: 26th March 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

From Lori MacVittie’s Blog… Can the Cloud survive regulation? Lori MacVittie questions whether a more regulated cloud would survive new laws and regulations? Concerns have been raised by multiple industries on the reliability and security of the cloud in general. Until conflicts between security, regulations, reliability, and privacy are addressed, the cloud may be unsuitable [...]

Secure Enterprise Solution now available

Posted: 23rd March 2009 by VPN Haus in Posts, Rethink Remote Access

Today, NCP Engineering announced the launch of an end-to-end Secure Enterprise Solution. The idea is to combine IPsec and SSL management with strong policy enforcement in an integrated collection of VPN components. Components of the solution include: The NCP Secure Enterprise Management System A centrally-controlled software solution that provides network administrators with a single point [...]

what we're reading, week of 3/16

Posted: 19th March 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

From Tech Sanity Check… Smartphone shakeout: Android and Windows Mobile could get squeezed Jason Hiner outlines the smartphone market and analyzes the current market leaders. Jason also points out the intent to purchase are different between businesses and consumers, because there are more mobile OS systems to choose from than computer OS systems. Jason highlights [...]

what we’re reading, week of 3/16

Posted: 19th March 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

From Tech Sanity Check… Smartphone shakeout: Android and Windows Mobile could get squeezed Jason Hiner outlines the smartphone market and analyzes the current market leaders. Jason also points out the intent to purchase are different between businesses and consumers, because there are more mobile OS systems to choose from than computer OS systems. Jason highlights [...]