Archive for May, 2011

By Jeff Orloff Mobile computing is quickly becoming the cornerstone of education in America. Whether schools are purchasing mobile devices for students or they are adopting a BYOD (bring your own device) policy, students who are not incorporating smart phones, iPod touch devices, tablets or laptops into their learning are rapidly finding themselves on the […]

What We’re Reading, Week of 5/23

Posted: 27th May 2011 by VPN Haus in Uncategorized

eWeek, Businesses Want Remote Access, Data Protection and On-Premises Backup: Survey Network World, RSA tokens may be behind major network security problems at Lockheed Martin InformIT, Data Leakage During a Time of Economic Recession Los Angeles Times,  Bank of America data leak destroys trust Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

To usher in the unofficial start of summer, we thought we’d deviate from our usual realm of network security. At Interop, we caught up with Doug Mohney, editor-in-chief of HD Voice News. He told us about his favorite Interop physical security trend — hard drive shredders. Yes, that’s possible.  Mohney explains it better than we […]

 Here’s part 2 of our video interview with Joanie Wexler, a regular contributor to Network World’s WirelessAlert column. We asked Wexler for her thoughts on the IPsec vs. SSL debate. Do you agree with her? Also, stay tuned for our final Interop video tomorrow (this is a quirky one!), then next week we’ll be resuming […]

By Robert Dutt For resellers and other IT solution providers supporting healthcare clients, VPN is ubiquitous a tool as is the stethoscope their customers use every day “We will not support a client without a VPN. Period,” says Moshe Birnbaum, director of operations at EZ MSP, a Yonkers, NY-based solution provider. Fellow solution provider Stemp […]