BYOD, Policy Compliance Top Remote Access Concerns at Interop New York 2013
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...
5 Ways to Keep Your Data Secure While Traveling to Interop NY
By Patrick Oliver Graf, General Manager, Americas of NCP engineering
NCP Empowers Enterprise Mobility for Truesense Imaging
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...
BYOD Dominates Interop New York
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...
Less is More: Why SSL VPN is NOT What You Think It Is – #Interop
*Editor's Note: This post is syndicated from the Interop Blog.You can see the original post by clicking here.
Staying Safe at Trade Shows - Implementing the VPNs
By Nicholas Greene
Staying Secure at Trade Shows
By Nicholas Greene
“Taking Precautions at Black Hat is Always Good”
Black Hat 2011 has kicked off in steamy Las Vegas (highs over 100 this week!). But Black Hat isn’t about the weather, it’s about the hacking. And there will be hacking. ZDNet has already rounded up...
Interop 2011: Doug Mohney, HD Voice News on Shredding Hard Drives
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...
Interop 2011: Video Interview with Joanie Wexler, Part 2 - IPsec vs. SSL
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...