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...
Considering the Total Cost of Technology Ownership with Joe the CIO
Today, we join Joe the CIO as he ponders technology investment costs. In particular, Joe can't help but wonder if there are some expenses related to a recent remote access project that he overlooked...
Conversation on Multi-Tenancy in VPNs, Part 2
VPN Haus recently spoke with Rainer Enders, CTO of NCP engineering, about multi-tenancy in VPNs and its advantages. In the final post of this two-part series, we look into some of the drawbacks of...
New Survey Shows Spike in Remote Contractors
A staggering 73% of companies plan on hiring online contractors in 2012, according to new survey by Elance, a website that matches employers with employees who can work remotely.
Why You Need a VPN that Supports Seamless Roaming
By Sylvia Rosen
Op-Ed: Consumerization Presents No Danger for IT Departments
By Bernd Reder
War Stories: The Faux DHCP Server
By Jeff Orloff
Major Cities Fall Short on Enabling Secure Remote Access
According to a new survey of 4,500 information workers,many companies are failing to enable their workforce with secure remote access. The Microsoft survey found that many companies in major cities --...
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...
The Disgruntled Security Breach Strikes Again
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again – disgruntled, former employees pose a major risk to your network. If you’ve been following the headlines this week, you know why we’re bringing this up...