- July 28, 2005
Early adopters are transitioning to the next-generation protocol, but evidence -- including a flaw disclosed at this week's Black Hat conference -- suggests IPv6 is a potentially risky change with few benefits.
- July 27, 2005
Whether you're trying to stay compliant with HIPPA or SOX or just rigorous about protecting your company's data, this Tech Roundup provides an overview of the basics of DR.
- July 06, 2005
IT professionals say SSL VPN connections are easier to secure and manage than their IPsec counterparts. But don't count IPsec out just yet.
- June 28, 2005
While some products offer similar functions, one analyst suggests looking under the hood for an emerging type of device that defies the boundaries of all current categories.
- June 21, 2005
The networking giant has finally unveiled the first components in its new strategy to build more application awareness into enterprise networks.
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- June 20, 2005
As wireless networking vendors strive to integrate wired and wireless networks, Colubris has unveiled a product family that leverages its new vision for network unification.
- June 09, 2005
Satellite connectivity is often considered pricey and slow, but a unique combination of land-based offerings can make satellite service more affordable.
- May 03, 2005
Is Aventail's new SSL VPN platform the key to IPsec replacement? The vendor says yes, but companies may not want to jump on the bandwagon so soon.
- March 31, 2005
Cisco late Wednesday confirmed that its VPN Concentrator 3000 series may be vulnerable to DoS attacks. The networking giant has released a software upgrade that repairs the flaw.
- March 29, 2005
This week Permeo debuts a Layer 5 SSL VPN, and one industry observer says it signifies a new generation of more mature, manageable, secure virtual private networking products.
- March 20, 2005
VPN technology is extremely useful in organizations with a lot of remote users, but it can be somewhat complicated to set up. This guide will walk you step-by-step through the process.
- March 08, 2005
Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) isn't just for carriers anymore. More enterprises are considering the high-performance switching technique to ensure a high quality of service on VPNs and VoIP implementations. However, building an MPLS network ...
- February 07, 2005
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- As the dominant enterprise networking vendor, Cisco Systems Inc. has a vested interest in every new technology and concept in the industry. Needless to say, keeping all its strategies in synch isn't easy.
That job falls ...
- January 17, 2005
AlterPoint's updated device management suite helps network admins avoid easy-to-make manual errors. Experts say it's a feature that helps the vendor stand out from the crowd.