Archive for October, 2009

What We’re Reading, Week of 10/26

Posted: 30th October 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

InformationWeek… Keep Your Laptop Off Our Inadequate Network In this post, Jonathan Feldman asks why IT people resist end-users bringing their own equipment to the enterprise network. To be able to address issues like this, InformationWeek launched a research survey about end-user device practices in enterprise networks. We look forward to seeing the data and […]

Continuing with our how to rethink remote access series, IT expert Travis Fisher has shared some thoughts on remote access policy with us. Travis is the Executive Vice President of Inacom Information Systems in Salisbury, MD, specializing in developing strong, secure reliable networks for Delmarva organizations. I’d like to discuss something that isn’t necessarily policy […]

The next IT expert in our how to rethink remote access series is Javed Ikbal. Javed is the Chief Security Officer at zSquad, an Information Security consulting company in the Boston area. His specialty is building or re-engineering information security programs. Javed has taken some time to share his thoughts on remote access policy. – […]

What We’re Reading, Week of 10/19

Posted: 22nd October 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

Around the blogosphere… With the release of Windows 7 today, there has been quite a bit of discussion about the new version and its features. We have captured some articles and posts that have shared some insight into what Windows 7 will bring. HowFunky.com Why Cisco Isn’t Doing What is Right for the Client In this post, […]

What We're Reading, Week of 10/19

Posted: 22nd October 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

Around the blogosphere… With the release of Windows 7 today, there has been quite a bit of discussion about the new version and its features. We have captured some articles and posts that have shared some insight into what Windows 7 will bring. HowFunky.com Why Cisco Isn’t Doing What is Right for the Client In this post, […]