What We’re Reading, Week of 8/27

InfoWorld – Apple Devices Only? That’s not BYOD Dark Reading – 10 Tips For Protecting Mobile Users LifeHacker – How Secure Are You Online: The Checklist SearchSecurity – Mobile security survey 2012 audio...

What We're Reading, Week of 8/27

InfoWorld – Apple Devices Only? That’s not BYOD Dark Reading – 10 Tips For Protecting Mobile Users LifeHacker – How Secure Are You Online: The Checklist SearchSecurity – Mobile security survey 2012 audio...

The Awards Keep on Coming!

Good news – NCP engineering  has been named a finalist in the 2012 Golden Bridge Awards  in the VPN/IPSec/SSL – Innovations category. This recognition comes on the back of continued awards momentum for NCP, reinforcing its position as the leading provider of robust enterprise VPN solutions. Earlier this year, NCP was selected as a finalist in the Golden Bridge’s sister awards, the Network Products Guide’s 2012 Hot Companies and Best Product Awards and the Info Security Product Guide’s 2012 Global Excellence Awards. A bit of background on the Golden Bridge Awards. Now in their fourth year, the awards  were created to generate industry-wide honor and peer recognition for all facets of the IT industry. NCP was named a finalist for its  Secure Enterprise Solution, which is comprised of the NCP Secure Enterprise Client, the NCP Secure Enterprise VPN Server and the NCP Secure Enterprise Management System, and is designed specifically for companies with large, complex remote access environments. The centrally managed software solution provides IT staff with a single point of administration for a company’s entire remote access system, including hybrid IPsec/SSL VPNs, personal firewalls, certificate management, provisioning and practical Network Access Control (NAC) functions. NCP’s flexible solution makes remote access management simple by integrating to any third-party hardware or software already in place, while maintaining strong policy enforcement and rule-set creation. Winners will be announced in San Francisco in October – stay tuned and best of luck to all...

Readers’ Poll – Windows 8 Uses

Our last poll asked readers whether they plan on upgrading to Windows 8 come the platform’s launch in October. Since almost one-quarter of all respondents indicated that they will be upgrading, we would love to learn a little more as to why. Will you be doing so for work purposes? Or are you planning on using the new touchscreen-friendly interface primarily during off-hours? [polldaddy...

Readers' Poll – Windows 8 Uses

Our last poll asked readers whether they plan on upgrading to Windows 8 come the platform’s launch in October. Since almost one-quarter of all respondents indicated that they will be upgrading, we would love to learn a little more as to why. Will you be doing so for work purposes? Or are you planning on using the new touchscreen-friendly interface primarily during off-hours? [polldaddy...