Archive for January, 2012

Introducing the VPN Haus Readers' Poll

Posted: 27th January 2012 by VPN Haus in Readers' Poll
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We‘re excited to launch a new feature, the VPN Haus Readers’ Poll. Every few weeks, we’ll pose a remote access/VPN-related question and welcome your thoughts on it. Today’s poll invites IT administrators to tell us their biggest gripe with remote access projects. We appreciate your participation and look forward to any comments you might have. [...]

Introducing the VPN Haus Readers’ Poll

Posted: 27th January 2012 by VPN Haus in Readers' Poll
Tags: , ,

We‘re excited to launch a new feature, the VPN Haus Readers’ Poll. Every few weeks, we’ll pose a remote access/VPN-related question and welcome your thoughts on it. Today’s poll invites IT administrators to tell us their biggest gripe with remote access projects. We appreciate your participation and look forward to any comments you might have. [...]

Dark Reading’s Kelly Jackson Higgins is reporting that many providers and vendors, including Google, AT&T, Facebook and others – plan to officially go live with IPv6 on this year’s IPv6 Day (June 6). This might sound familiar, as it was last June that more than 400 organizations — including Google and Facebook – enabled IPv6 standards on their websites. Last year, [...]

TechWorld, Gang pulls off $5.2 million bank job via remote access Network World, Data Center Networking Discontinuity Impacts Network Security InfoSecurity, Breach at Zappos exposes data on 24 million customers eSecurity Planet, RSA Chief: Conventional Security Defenses are Inadequate Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

TechWorld, Gang pulls off $5.2 million bank job via remote access Network World, Data Center Networking Discontinuity Impacts Network Security InfoSecurity, Breach at Zappos exposes data on 24 million customers eSecurity Planet, RSA Chief: Conventional Security Defenses are Inadequate Share this:EmailFacebookPrint