Archive for March, 2011

We have another reader’s VPN question to answer this week.  If you would like to ask us a network security-related question, drop us a line at editor@vpnhaus.com. VPN Haus, I guess I’m what you call a road warrior – traveling thousands of miles a year for business, regularly connecting to my company’s network offsite. When I’m […]

As part of an ongoing series, VPN Haus is asking average users about their frustrations with remote access. Most people we speak to attest that remote access has offered remarkable flexibility that simply wasn’t possible before. But as remote access has become more ubiquitous, so has confusion and annoyance. “You can use SSL which is […]

What We're Reading, Week of 3/21

Posted: 25th March 2011 by VPN Haus in Highlights
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eSecurity Planet, Top 10 Android Security Risks Financial Express, How to Protect Travel Data IT World, What Do You Use to Keep Your WiFi Secure? The Register, Securing the Virtual Desktop Windows IT Pro, Q: If I’m Implementing DirectAccess in My Organization, Can I Drop My VPN Solution? Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

What We’re Reading, Week of 3/21

Posted: 25th March 2011 by VPN Haus in Highlights
Tags: , , , ,

eSecurity Planet, Top 10 Android Security Risks Financial Express, How to Protect Travel Data IT World, What Do You Use to Keep Your WiFi Secure? The Register, Securing the Virtual Desktop Windows IT Pro, Q: If I’m Implementing DirectAccess in My Organization, Can I Drop My VPN Solution? Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

The world of remote access is, no doubt, a complicated one. On one hand, we can’t imagine life without it – and on another – it sometimes feels like the bane of every IT administrator’s existence. So, what do end users think of remote access? VPN Haus asked around and got an interesting variety of […]