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    Virtual private networks have long secured remote users. Learn how a mobile device VPN factors into your security strategy.

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  • Crypto basics: VPNs

    In this excerpt of Chapter 3 from "Cryptography for Dummies," author Chey Cobb explains how virtual private networks (VPNs) use encryption to secure data in transit.

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  • Using a virtual private network service as part of a disaster recovery plan

    Learn how to choose the best virtual private network service so you employees can keep working during a disaster.

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  • The VPN Expert: Gateways for secure wireless access

    Learn more about secure tunneling from wireless handhelds (smart phones, two-way pagers, and PDAs) to a wireless gateway.

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  • Telecommuter security kit

    Telecommuters often feel isolated from their company, and security-wise that is the last thing you want. Contributor Jonathan Hassell provides a list of items -- from router configuration instructions to VPN alternatives -- to include in a telecommuter security kit to make sure they are working...

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  • Mobile VPN: Closing the gap

    PDA VPN clients have been around for nearly as long as PDAs themselves. From the simple PPTP client found in early Windows HPCs to standard IPsec clients embedded in today's Symbian and Windows Mobile smartphones, solutions abound for tunneling from mobile devices to corporate VPNs. But finding a...

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  • Can you tell me what kinds of hardware are software are needed, in addition to traditional LAN equip

    Can you tell me what kinds of hardware are software are needed, in addition to traditional LAN equipment, to build a VPN?

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  • File sharing in the cloud enables users to ditch file servers, VPNs

    Users say file sharing in the cloud lets them get rid of in-house file servers, as well as reduce VPN costs and management.

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  • Easier DirectAccess setup means a plausible VPN alternative for admins

    DirectAccess used to be a complicated feature, but not anymore. In Windows Server 2012, simpler DirectAccess setup helps admins connect mobile users.

    Brien Posey9,210 pointsBadges:
  • Why won’t user profiles load via the VPN?

    I run a Win2k server and want to allow my users to access their desktops via VPN, just as if they were at work (mainly MS Outlook).

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