Posts Tagged ‘Interop’

Another Interop New York conference has come and gone, and as usual, there were plenty of thought-provoking discussions. Unsurprisingly, security was a hot topic at this year’s event, with BYOD and policy compliance receiving a lot of attention. For example, Dark Reading’s Tim Wilson believes that as enterprises are looking at technology providers to help [...]

By Patrick Oliver Graf, General Manager, Americas of NCP engineering When people travel, securing their data is often the last thing on their minds. However, the fact is that mobile devices, and the data contained within them, are extremely vulnerable to security breaches. By connecting to Wi-Fi hotspots in-between flights at airports and working on [...]

In a recent blog post, we discussed workforce trends identified by Forrester Research, which center on mobility as a tool being used with increasing frequency to bolster employee productivity. It seems that everywhere we look today, remote workers are becoming more prominent in the workforce, while traditional 9-to-5, face-to-face working environments are becoming few and [...]

Among many key takeaways from last week’s Interop NY conference, the top-of-mind concern for CIOs, security professionals and other IT stakeholders remains mitigating the security risks associated with BYOD. While organizations that attended the conference recognize that supporting mobile devices in the workplace is inevitable, many admit to lacking the proper infrastructure to secure their [...]

*Editor’s Note: This post is syndicated from the Interop Blog.You can see the original post by clicking here.  By Rainer Enders, CTO at NCP engineering At Interop 2012, I’ll be hosting a session, “Less is More: Why SSL VPN is NOT What You Think It Is” that explores the inherent flaws of SSL VPN. The [...]