Archive for April, 2012

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By Chuck Romano Concluding my series about the worst IT mistakes I’ve witnessed in my 10+ years as a technician, I’ll highlight two notable IT atrocities I’ve seen people make. So let’s dive right in: Not Logging Off the Remote Network Remote desktop applications enable easy access to the corporate network, but failing to log out […]

By Chuck Romano This week, I continue on the worst IT mistakes I’ve seen in my 10+ years as a repair tech, building on last week’s tip about always being cognizant of the vulnerabilities of SSL VPNs. Taking that a step further, it’s critical to know the difference between VNC and RDPs. Let me explain. Not […]

Lots of news from NCP engineering, as we gear up for Interop 2012. Today,  NCP announced the preview release of the first third-party IPsec VPN client available for Android 4.0.  Now available for free download in the Google Play store, the client represents the next step forward in enterprise network security for workers using Android […]