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Identity-based NAC: Using Identity to Put the “Control” in Network Access Control
Identity-based NAC: Using Identity to Put the Control in Network Access Control. Learn About Network Access Control. Access control is more than just checking devices for malware before admitting them to a network. Identity-based network access control (NAC) looks at the identities of users and devices, and knows what resource they are authorized to access, allowing enterprises to tightly control access, and the devices and behavior of users.

IT REMOVE USER ACCESS: to critical information resources, it is important to understand the current state. What are organizations doing to solve this problem today? The current state can be summed up in a few approaches to solve the problem: Open up the network - Many organizations provide access by addressing the problem within the network infrastructure. This technique relies on a combination of VPN tunnels, private networks, extensive firewall rules, or host access tables. Replicate infrastructure - Many organizations
2/5/2007 5:07:00 PM

How to Reduce Business Risk through Secure User Access for SAP
How to Reduce Business Risk through Secure User Access for SAP.Search for Articles and Other Solutions to Characterize Your Comparison In Relation To Reduce Business Risk through Secure User Access for SAP. Unencrypted communication between users’ workstations and the backend SAP servers is a significant vulnerability to your SAP environment. This can put the confidential data inside your SAP systems and your entire business activity at risk—and have a negative impact on your customers. Find out how to reduce business risks and improve audit results through encrypted communication and two-factor user authentication for SAP.

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8/14/2009 12:43:00 AM

Network Access Control (NAC): CounterACT
The number of devices in the corporate world is increasing every year. And as mobility proliferates, so does the requirement for network security solutions to protect against external attacks, as well as attacks originating inside the network perimeter. However, network access control solutions can provide organizations with the ability to automatically enforce security policies, while still maintaining user productivity.

IT REMOVE USER ACCESS: Source: ForeScout Document Type: White Paper Description: The number of devices in the corporate world is increasing every year. And as mobility proliferates, so does the requirement for network security solutions to protect against external attacks, as well as attacks originating inside the network perimeter. However, network access control solutions can provide organizations with the ability to automatically enforce security policies, while still maintaining user productivity. Network Access Control
4/16/2007 2:14:00 PM

Demystifying Network Access Control
Imagine this scenario: an infected laptop within your company has accessed the network and is spreading malicious code to thousands of other devices. This incident could cripple any business, but with network access control (NAC) products, companies can rest a little easier. NAC’s ability to measure, enforce, and report on an array of security issues has gained it attention amongst security conscious organizations.

IT REMOVE USER ACCESS: security issues has gained it attention amongst security conscious organizations. Demystifying Network Access Control style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Asset Management,   Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS),   Infrastructure Maintenance,   IT Asset Management (ITAM),   Managed Data Network Services,   Security Services,   Database Management System (DBMS),   Development,   Localization,   Standards,   Middleware,   Enterprise
7/25/2007 8:39:00 AM

MS Access 2003 Migration Guidelines and Procedures
Developers obviously need to leverage best techniques to migrate MS Access applications to the MS SQL Server and Oracle Client/Server database platforms. However, they can also benefit from a presentation of specific migration procedures; guidance on which migration path makes the most sense; and a list of criteria to assist with the decision on whether to migrate at all.

IT REMOVE USER ACCESS: Disqus Related Topics:   IT Asset Management (ITAM),   IT Infrastructure and Development Source: Practical Computer Applications, Inc. Learn more about Practical Computer Applications, Inc. Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Quality Management ERP Industry Consolidation: A New Trend or an Ongoing Process? Profile: Sbemco 3 Key Areas to Reduce Costs with Lean Techniques Taking Measures for True Success: How to Choose Software That Meets Your Needs Acronym-Related
3/8/2007 4:39:00 PM

SAP - A Humble Giant From The Reality Land?Part 5: Challenges and User Recommendations
Delivering on its enormously ambitious strategy is the challenge SAP faces.

IT REMOVE USER ACCESS: products and unfamiliar terminology. It appears that SAP s recent revenue growth is attributable to its market recognition, large customer base, and to risk-averse customers unwillingness to go for less viable vendors, rather than to SAP s immaculate marketing effort. Moreover, SAP s sales force will not only have to learn how to sell the products but also whom to target within a prospect s organization with every piece of software. The fact remains that many new SAP modules are quite cross-functional,
8/9/2001

Vox Populi: What Does a Day in the Life of a Regular Business User Look Like? » The TEC Blog
starting with “Vox Populi,” it means we’re seeking your opinion. In broadcasting, only a few people are interviewed, and the answers are edited. On our blog, everyone can leave a comment—we will not change or edit what you say (although our moderators will remove comments that are abusive). That being said, here’s your first assignment: The Agony and the Ecstasy of a Business Software User Some business software vendors use the “one day in the life of…” strategy to promote their products.

IT REMOVE USER ACCESS: a day in the life of, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Business Intelligence, business software, customer relationship management, enterprise resource planning, Stefan Zweig, vox populi, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
04-11-2009

One Product for Large and Small Manufacturers: Challenges and User Recommendations
A solid product aside, good may be just too good for IQMS. Potential customers may shy away because its well-rounded solution may seem more appropriate for the upper-end of the market. This, combined with IQMS' reliance on Oracle, and its well-integrated product will pose challenges to the vendor's growth.

IT REMOVE USER ACCESS: in Asia notwithstanding. Yet, it remains a good practice for manufacturers that are selecting solutions to factor in costs, the financial viability of the vendor, local support, and many other criteria even if it may not favor IQMS at this stage, despite its superior functional offering. This is Part Six of a six-part note. Part One presented the company background. Part Two began a discussion of the market impact. Part Three presented more product differentiation. Part Four covered the single database
4/9/2005

Software as a Service: A Cheaper, Faster Way to Access Applications
The dismal economy hasn't been bad news for all segments of the IT industry. The market for applications delivered in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model is increasing thanks to customers who seek better/more targeted functionality, quicker deployment/access, lower up-front and ongoing cost, and ease of use. Learn why SaaS has a history of thriving in down cycles, and what to look for in a SaaS solution.

IT REMOVE USER ACCESS: all segments of the IT industry. The market for applications delivered in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model is increasing thanks to customers who seek better/more targeted functionality, quicker deployment/access, lower up-front and ongoing cost, and ease of use. Learn why SaaS has a history of thriving in down cycles, and what to look for in a SaaS solution. Software as a Service: A Cheaper, Faster Way to Access Applications style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:
4/27/2010 4:15:00 PM

Malta Not a World away for Safeway’s IT Needs
Malta not a world away for Safeway's IT needs. Find IT Solutions and Other Applications for Your Judgment Associated with Safeway's IT needs. Safeway, the UK's fourth-largest supermarket, spends over £100 million (GBP) a year on their information technology (IT )operations. Five years ago, Safeway transferred its offshoring operations to Malta-based Crimsonwing. Since then, Crimsonwing has undertaken some 200 projects for Safeway, including a sales data warehouse, an intranet portal, and an integrated transport solution designed in conjunction with IBM.

IT REMOVE USER ACCESS: World away for Safeway’s IT Needs Malta Not a World away for Safeway’s IT Needs Source: Crimsonwing Document Type: Case Study Description: Safeway, the UK s fourth-largest supermarket, spends over £100 million (GBP) a year on their information technology (IT )operations. Five years ago, Safeway transferred its offshoring operations to Malta-based Crimsonwing. Since then, Crimsonwing has undertaken some 200 projects for Safeway, including a sales data warehouse, an intranet portal, and an integrated
2/3/2006 10:26:00 AM


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