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Current Trends in Messaging
As electronic communication has grown, geographic boundaries have shrunk, enabling an onslaught of mobile executives.

door hardware security  the IT department revolving door concept. Many CIO's are interested in washing their hands of maintaining a production e-mail system and taking advantage of outsourcing opportunities. Generally, a collaborative server-based outsourced mailbox will cost approximately $29 (USD) per month. Technology Evaluation has determined that the cost break point ranges between three and four hundred users. For larger organizations consisting of thousands of users, outsourcing is not financially viable, although the Read More...
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VPNs Are Hot, but What Are They?
The Virtual Private Network (VPN) market is exploding. There are many different ideas on what a VPN is, and how to implement them. This article clarifies what

door hardware security  as Frame-Relay, opening the door for VPN opportunities. Unquestionably, VPNs are hot. But what are they? Most experts will agree that the acronym stands for Virtual Private Network , however, what a VPN is depends on whom you ask. According to Eric Wolford, Director of IP marketing for AT&T Internet services VPNs tend to now be what the market says they are. The best way to find out what a provider means when they talk about VPNs is to review its VPN Service Level Description . If a VPN provider does Read More...
MCI WorldCom and Critical Path Power into Outsourced Messaging
MCI WorldCom and Critical Path plan to offer the following services: Web mail service, starting at $2 per user, per month, POP3 mail service starting at $3.50

door hardware security  turned into a revolving door, making employee retention close to impossible. Messaging professionals are not inexpensive; claiming salaries into the 100s of thousands of dollars. Couple this with the usual upfront headhunter's fee of 15-20% and Internal support for many organizations becomes out of reach. The ASP market is in its infancy and will take approximately 2-3 years to mature and have a noticeable impact on the internal operations of corporate Information Systems (IS). The corporate Read More...
Cisco: IPv6 is Coming, Eventually
Cisco’s announcement of IPv6 support across its product lines continues the next generation Internet protocol’s deployment with all deliberate speed.

door hardware security  IPv6 project out the door. Microsoft is developing IPv6 software in conjunction with USC, and made their software publicly available on 20 March 2000. Cisco and Microsoft are the 800-pound gorillas here. Once Cisco and Microsoft ship IPv6 products, application vendors will follow suit. But don't hold your breath. Although Cisco support is targeted for October 2000, Microsoft won't ship it until the next release of Windows. Microsoft doesn't support IPv6 on Windows 95/98 or on Windows NT. And it took Read More...
Inside the Age of Social Enterprise with Salesforce.com
Over the past several years, salesforce.com’s annual user conference Dreamforce has become a highly anticipated and entertaining end-of-the-year fixture for

door hardware security  (ironically knocking on the door of the “evil empires” elite club). There have also been some acquisitions since Dreamforce 2010, most notably DimDim and Radian6 .  Post-Dreamforce 2011, salesforce.com has already acquired Assistly , a customer service social software startup in the lower end of the market . For its part, the company’s native development platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offering, Force.com , continues to gain traction and high-profile endorsements by renowned independent software Read More...
Beyond Spam – Email Security in the Age of Blended Threats
Not all email security solutions are built to defend against emerging email threats. Regardless of whether someone is using a desktop, laptop, netbook, tablet

door hardware security  email security, web security, cyber security, network security, email threat, EdgeWave, botnets, phishing, malware, smartphone attack Read More...
The Whys and Hows of a Security Vulnerability Assessment
TEC outlines the reasons for having a Security Vulnerability Assessment done, how a security vulnerability assessment is performed, what can be gained by

door hardware security  peripherals, hacker Trojans and backdoors, SMTP and messaging problems, network file system vulnerabilities, website and CGI holes. Checking for denial of service attacks, Intrusion Detection System functionality, and UDP ports is something that sets the premiere auditors apart from the rest. The Report Make sure you receive a copy of the report, and make sure it lists the risks in order of their severity. It will then be possible for you to systematically correct in your network the weaknesses that Read More...
Fundamental Principles of Network Security
As the complexity of security threats increases, so do the security measures needed to protect networks. Data center operators, network administrators, and

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Effective Operational Security Metrics
Due to the changing regulatory environment and the complexity of business today, organizations are facing increased accountability. Security risks, however, can

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Vendor Analysis: Interliant's Security Vulnerability Assessment
A security vulnerability assessment service is a risk management process. Interliant's security vulnerability assessment service enables its clients to

door hardware security  Analysis: Interliant's Security Vulnerability Assessment Vendor Analysis: Interliant's Security Vulnerability Assessment Featured Author -  Laura Taylor - January 14, 2002 Introduction A security vulnerability assessment service is a risk management process. Interliant's security vulnerability assessment service enables its clients to understand what risks their online transaction systems and network infrastructure face. Relevant Technologies has taken an in-depth look at Interliant's security Read More...
Earthlink Leads the Way in DSL Security
DSL providers speed up their customers' Internet access, however, at the same time they also expose these customers to enormous security risk. Earthlink has

door hardware security  Mac users receive Open Door's DoorStop firewall. With the ability to provide DSL services to 50 metropolitan areas, Earthlink today is the only ISP that offers built-in security with its DSL services. Earthlink customers receive instructions explaining what they need to do to activate their personal firewall. They also receive a unique secure download key that enables them to download it securely. With a reputation for superior customer service, Earthlink has found a way to sell DSL services alleviating Read More...
Case Study: Security Benefit
Security Benefit is a financial services company based in Topeka, Kansas (US). The company’s outside sales team operates from remote locations nationwide. For

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Information Security Selection Software Evaluation Report
Based on a wide range of security-related issues, the Information Security Knowledge Base covers both solution suites and individual software packages

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Developing a Security-oriented Corporate Culture
JurInnov’s director of information systems and security provides a detailed analysis of why development of a security-oriented corporate culture is imperative

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Security Strategies for the Midsized Business
Midsize businesses face the same security threats as larger companies, and likewise they must comply with the same regulations. But, their security budgets are

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