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 802.11 wireless networks

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802.11 wireless networks  Data Security Concern: While 802.11x wireless network traffic is encrypted over the air, it is decrypted at the access point and travels unprotected from there. Even one exposed access point can give a hacker an unsecured link for an intrusion. Solution: Using client access and security gateways, IPSec protection can provide protection end-to-end, from the client to a secure location or application. Secure the LAN From Any WLAN Threats Data Security Concern: Anyone with access to the WLAN could exploit Read More

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802.11 wireless networks  businesses boasting an existing 802.11 network, a wireless IP phone is an excellent choice. These increasingly popular devices allow voice and data support on the same wireless backbone. Conferencing : IP conferencing phones offer instant, face-to-face communication between two or more participants. Ideally suited for conference rooms of small-to-medium size, these specialty phones incorporate a camera, LCD screen, speaker, keypad and handset in a single unit. Proprietary vs. Open Phones Just because Read More

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