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October 19, 2008  2:06 PM

Is VoIP Ready for Mission-Critical Primetime?

Posted by: Tony Bradley
availability, communications, data, Encryption, mission-critical, Security, VLAN, VoIP

For most businesses, VoIP offers a compelling business argument. Merging the voice network with the data network means only implementing one hardware and wiring infrastructure. VoIP systems are easier to administer and maintain that traditional PSTN phones. The list goes on and on. VoIP is not...

October 19, 2008  1:28 PM

VoIP Security: Don’t Be Complacent

Posted by: Tony Bradley
Encryption, Security, VLAN, VoIP

One of the biggest problems with information security is that it is almost always reactive. The entire antivirus industry is built on a model where new threats are unleashed on the unprotected public first, then the antivirus vendors capture a sample and create a defense for the threat to add to...

February 24, 2008  4:45 AM

Is Endpoint Security Replacing Network Security?

Posted by: Tony Bradley
Encryption, Firewalls, NAC, Portable storage, Windows Security

There have been rumors for some time that the network perimeter is dead. More users are relying on laptop computers connected over wireless networks, or via VPN from a hotel or coffee shop. Users have mobile phones that connect to network resources, and various methods of portable data storage- USB...

August 4, 2007  9:44 PM

Cisco and EMC Encrypt SANs

Posted by: Tony Bradley
Cisco, EMC, Encryption, Networking, SAN

Beth Pariseau, a News Writer for SearchStorage.com, reports that Cisco and EMC have agreed to partner on encrypting SAN data, and that the two companies "announced that Cisco's encryption keys will be compatible with EMC's RSA Key Manager, though Cisco also plans to offer its own key management...


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