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Testing Secure Enterprise SOA Applications Across Wide Area Networks
Company employees, business partners, and customers all demand secure and low-response-time access to business applications—from wherever they are. While SAP

secure networks  Secure Enterprise SOA Applications Across Wide Area Networks Company employees, business partners, and customers all demand secure and low-response-time access to business applications—from wherever they are. While SAP addresses this need through its enterprise service-oriented architecture (SOA) solution, when security features are added the application response time is slower. So what’s the best way to test global SOA deployments? Read this white paper to find out. Read More
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Secure in a Foundry
Foundry Networks™, Inc. announced that they would be incorporating Secure Shell (SSH) Technology for free in all of its high-performance switching devices. That

secure networks  suite release 7.0.00. The Secure Shell technology that Foundry Networks embedded into their devices is a feature rich instruction code that includes all forms of encryption ranging from DES (56 bit) to Triple DES (168-bit). Foundry Networks also includes nine levels of data compression. With the combination of Foundry's IronWare 7.0 software suite and a built-in feature set that does data encryption and authentication on all Foundry Network Devices. Edge devices will now have an additional layer of Read More
Secure Information Sharing
With data theft on the rise, many companies are forced to improve their network security. And although they spend millions of dollars every year on securing

secure networks  protecting the information itself. Secure information sharing (SIS) solutions integrate additional intelligence into the process—and protect your data without added overhead. Read More
Realizing Secure Networks by Overcoming Complexity: The Proteus IP Address Management System
Increased complexity, coupled with the adoption of voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), demands additional management overhead for enterprise- and carrier-class

secure networks  Secure Networks by Overcoming Complexity: The Proteus IP Address Management System Increased complexity, coupled with the adoption of voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), demands additional management overhead for enterprise- and carrier-class networks. This management need is compounded by requirement for corporations to implement IP version 6 (IPv6)-compatible networks to ensure capacity and service over the next decade. This transition will require careful planning, and naming systems will Read More
Secure Information Sharing for Layer-two Networks: Delivering Security without Complexity
Although layer-two networks are a viable, cost-effective alternative to traditional wide area network (WAN) services, they have some major security deficiencies

secure networks  Information Sharing for Layer-two Networks: Delivering Security without Complexity Although layer-two networks are a viable, cost-effective alternative to traditional wide area network (WAN) services, they have some major security deficiencies. One of the key drawbacks of layer two is its inability to handle identity authentication—which creates serious theft and vulnerability problems. With a layer-two data protection solution, however, you can mitigate these types of security issues. Read More
Secure File Transfer Tracking and Reporting
The Internet has made information transfer faster and easier. But alongside, hacking and data theft are increasing threats to organizations’ security. How can

secure networks  far beyond its walls? Secure file transfer reporting and tracking tools help keep sensitive data in the right hands—and help organizations comply with government regulations. Read More
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CyberPeepers from Korean Sites Peek at U.S. Networks
Numerous United States Internet sites are being bombarded by cyberpeepers from Korea. Whether or not these network scans constitute an attack depends upon whom

secure networks  from Korean Sites Peek at U.S. Networks Event Summary In the past two weeks, a large number of United States Internet sites have reported an on-slaught of network probes or scans from the Republic of Korea. Security engineers and systems administrators have been spending a lot of time in the last few weeks asking each other, Why are we seeing so many scans from Korea. and, Who is scanning for what? There have been numerous speculations made about all the ubiquitous Korean network probes. Ma Read More
Datacenter Design: Optimizing Networks for Evolving Traffic
Data center network design architecture is changing to reflect growing IT trends in distributed applications and virtual computing. New computing models require

secure networks  Design: Optimizing Networks for Evolving Traffic Data center network design architecture is changing to reflect growing IT trends in distributed applications and virtual computing. New computing models require a flatter network that is flexible enough to handle unpredictable traffic patterns. Find out what that means for your company in this interview with Cindy Borovick, Vice President of IDC’s Enterprise Communications and Datacenter Networks programs. Read More
I Want My IPTV: Internet Protocol TV and Its Implications on Home Networks
Today, dozens of independent operating companies and international carriers offer Internet protocol TV (IPTV) services to homes around the world. But IPTV for

secure networks  Want My IPTV: Internet Protocol TV and Its Implications on Home Networks Today, dozens of independent operating companies and international carriers offer Internet protocol TV (IPTV) services to homes around the world. But IPTV for in-home distribution has been a weak link in the IPTV delivery chain—until now. Ruckus Wireless multimedia systems can help overcome current Wi-Fi limitations and enhance subscriber experience by uniquely enabling a whole-home network for video, voice, and data. Read More
Complete Guide for Securing MPLS Networks
The supply of multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) services and service providers has grown exponentially with the demand for Internet protocol (IP) and

secure networks  Guide for Securing MPLS Networks The supply of multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) services and service providers has grown exponentially with the demand for Internet protocol (IP) and Ethernet services. But while MPLS enhances packet processing speed and network performance, it lacks in security. As government and industry compliance regulations increase, organizations must invest in tools that can ensure security without affecting network performance. Read More
Bandwidth Management in Next-generation Packet Networks
Bandwidth managers can provide the basis of a large-scale solution for a quality of service (QoS) that can support public switched telephone network (PSTN

secure networks  Management in Next-generation Packet Networks Bandwidth managers can provide the basis of a large-scale solution for a quality of service (QoS) that can support public switched telephone network (PSTN)-grade services. A key aspect of the solution is the ability to be integrated with multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) traffic engineering capabilities, to provide a highly scalable, resilient, and rigorous solution for end-to-end quality of service. Read More
Management for Next-generation Multi-service System Networks
The history of telecommunications management is rife with examples of good technology failing to meet business requirements. Historically, while business has

secure networks  for Next-generation Multi-service System Networks The history of telecommunications management is rife with examples of good technology failing to meet business requirements. Historically, while business has needed management of service definitions, technology has focused on element management, leaving a gap between what is desired and what is possible. If operational expenses are to be lowered, this gap must be closed. Read More
Extreme Networks BlackDiamond Product of the Year
Network Magazine announced that Extreme Networks BlackDiamond 6800 was the Enterprise Backbone Device of the year.

secure networks  Networks BlackDiamond Product of the Year Extreme Networks BlackDiamond Product of the Year G. Duhaime - May 25, 2000 Event Summary Every year Network Magazine examines all of the network products and rates them to determine best of breed in their area of expertise. The Extreme Networks (NASDAQ:EXTR) BlackDiamond 6800 Enterprise Backbone Device not only outperforms its competition, but also incorporates features previously found only in firewalls and load balancers. Layer 3 Ethernet switching is no Read More
Cisco Tries to Cache In By Buying Software Start-Up Tasmania Networks
Cisco Systems said it has agreed to buy start-up Tasmania Network Systems in a stock deal worth $25 million.

secure networks  Tries to Cache In By Buying Software Start-Up Tasmania Networks Event Summary Cisco Systems said it has agreed to buy start-up Tasmania Network Systems in a stock deal worth $25 million. Cisco said it will integrate Tasmania's content network caching software into its current Cache Engine 500 product line. Network caching speeds up content delivery and overall network performance by storing frequently accessed information, like Web pages, closer to the end user, which decreases download times. The Read More

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