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January 21, 2010  7:23 PM

How small is your netbook? How about a PC on a stick?



Posted by: Troy Tate
information security, machine emulation, portable application, remote access, remote user, secure computing, Security, USB, virtual machine

I know that there are ways to run ISO's from a USB memory stick using the QEMU processor emulator open source software. It's pretty cool if you haven't tried it. Now, according to

September 30, 2009  1:36 PM

I resemble that award winning case study – wait, it IS me!



Posted by: Troy Tate
case study, frame relay, industry award, information security, ipsec, mpls, network management, remote access, Security, security management, SSL, ssl vpn, vpn, WAN

Have you ever wondered if vendor case studies are actually solutions to real life issues or if they are stories about compensated organizations using a particular vendor solution? Well, I am here to tell you that I know of at least one case study that is about an organization addressing real-life...


April 27, 2009  7:22 PM

Pandemic preparation, risk and business continuity



Posted by: Troy Tate
business continuity, business continuity planning, continuity planning, environment, hardware, pandemic, Pandemic planning, planning, recovery, remote access, risk, risk management, risks

I'm not the kind to run around thinking the sky is falling or that the swine or bird flu risk is non-existent. I take a lot of these warnings with a grain of salt. However, the pandemic watches of the past few years should obviously have organizations thinking about their risks and business...


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