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Best Practices for Securing Your Wireless LAN
The steady growth of wi-fi in the enterprise demands that corporate IT teams learn and adopt new security methodologies tailored to the unique requirements and

securing wireless networks  Practices for Securing Your Wireless LAN The steady growth of wi-fi in the enterprise demands that corporate IT teams learn and adopt new security methodologies tailored to the unique requirements and weaknesses of wireless networks. Download this white paper to learn about the real-world best practices needed to deploy and maintain a secure wireless network. Read More

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Network Data Protection Playbook: Network Security Best Practice for Protecting Your Organization
Malicious hacking and illegal access are just a few of the reasons companies lose precious corporate data every year. As the number of network security breaches

securing wireless networks  Over 3rd Party Networks Securing Sensitive Networks Protecting Wireless End-to-End Don't store sensitive information on laptops or mobile devices. Since most work is done via applications and data can easily be stored in the central depository, there is very little need to store sensitive information on laptops or other mobile devices. Use the network to access sensitive data via secure client access. This allows the location and use of information to be monitored and controlled. It also allows Read More
Top Four Tips to Rapidly Implement and Generate ROI from a Warehouse Management System
Congratulations! Your business case was approved and now you’re starting to consider implementing a warehouse management system (WMS). While you probably

securing wireless networks  will be responsible for: Securing and keeping qualified resources on the team for the life of the project Shielding the team from distractions - political or otherwise Defining and communicating the goals of the project to everyone in the company Project Manager – this person is critical to ensuring that weekly and daily activities consistently move the team closer to the go-live date by taking the following actions: Driving issue resolution Holding project team members (internal and external) Read More
Using PKI to Protect Your Business Information
Interconnection between vendors, suppliers, customers and employees through ERP and CRM tools, has become a competitive edge. Like ERP and CRM infrastructures,

securing wireless networks  The preferred method for securing wireless networks is to layer additional security by using a PKI-enabled VPN. Secure Web Portal Creating a secure online doorway increases the value of services delivered to customers, partners and employees. It is necessary to mitigate the risk of sharing information, accepting commitments and delivering services over the public Internet. A secure Web portal mitigates risk of unauthorized access to resources and has an auditable trail to support transactions. Single Read More
Network Security Best Practices: Competitive Analysis
When it comes to security architecture, choosing a system that’s scalable and applicable to a broad set of security needs is a wise move. New security services

securing wireless networks  data and telephony services, securing these transmission to/from their set top box back to the SP’s central office. CipherEngine Dramatically Reduces Complexity Versus DMVPN Another real advantage of CipherEngine is the dramatic reduction in complexity associated with the implementation of the security policy. Consider the earlier diagram that highlighted the grouping concept: Using DMVPN First requires the implementation of a Hub and Spoke network with Hub site running NHRP to each of the spokes mGRE Read More
Securing the Enterprise
Organizations of all sizes can benefit from instant mobile access to communications. It is important that these benefits not be undermined by an overly

securing wireless networks  the Enterprise Organizations of all sizes can benefit from instant mobile access to communications. It is important that these benefits not be undermined by an overly restrictive attitude to security. The best way to minimize the risks is to take proactive steps to manage mobile security challenges. That way, organizations can continue to be secure, while taking full advantage of mobile technology. Read More
A New Frontier in Securing Sensitive Information
Every day, sensitive business information finds its way into the wrong hands—through external breaches or internal theft. Such data is highly regulated, and any

securing wireless networks  New Frontier in Securing Sensitive Information Every day, sensitive business information finds its way into the wrong hands—through external breaches or internal theft. Such data is highly regulated, and any risks of exposure can result in stiff penalties and legal liabilities. Many of these security risks lie in the test/dev environments, and as such require a solution that protects data application clones from unauthorized access without jeopardizing its integrity. Read More
Securing Data in the Cloud
When considering adopting cloud computing or software-as-a-service (SaaS), a question most potential customers ask vendors is “How secure will our data be in

securing wireless networks  Data in the Cloud When considering adopting cloud computing or software-as-a-service (SaaS), a question most potential customers ask vendors is “How secure will our data be in your hands?” Customers are right to ask this question and should closely examine any vendor’s security credentials as part of their cloud/SaaS evaluations. This document is intended to give a broad overview of one vendor’s security policies, processes, and practices. Read More
AT&T PocketNet Service Goes Wireless With Novell GroupWise
Novell’s GroupWise product is the second collaborative messaging system that has teamed with AT&T for the wireless PocketNet service. Lotus Notes currently has

securing wireless networks  T PocketNet Service Goes Wireless With Novell GroupWise Event Summary SALT LAKE CITY (BrainShare 2000), March 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Novell, Inc. (Nasdaq: NOVL - news), a leading supplier of Net services software, announced the public beta availability of wireless access to Novell GroupWise via AT&T PocketNet service for business customers. GroupWise, Novell's premier knowledge platform and a key component in the new DENIM(SM) Net Portal Services strategy, will now deliver a wide array of Net services Read More
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Don’t Let Wireless Detour Your PCI Compliance
The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) has published a PCI DSS Wireless Guideline which acknowledges that wireless is a clear and

securing wireless networks  Let Wireless Detour Your PCI Compliance The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) has published a PCI DSS Wireless Guideline which acknowledges that wireless is a clear and present danger to network security and those who collect, store or transmit card holder data must take steps to assure that it is secure, whether or not wireless is deployed in the cardholder data environment. Organizations that handle payment card data must take steps to secure the CDE against wireless Read More
Networks Valley Information Systems
Networks Valley, an Oracle Partner established in 1999, is a leading Information Technology consulting company based in Cairo, Egypt. Networks Valley

securing wireless networks  CRM,Customization,Development,Enterprise Content Management (ECM),ERP,Financials,HR,Logistics,Manufacturing,Microsoft Dynamics,Oracle Applications ( E- Business Suite),Outsourcing,Siebel,Training Read More
OutlookSoft Case Study: Cingular Wireless
When BellSouth and SBC merged to become Cingular Wireless in 2000, four issues concerned everyone: centralizing the storage of business information; improving

securing wireless networks  Case Study: Cingular Wireless When BellSouth and SBC merged to become Cingular Wireless in 2000, four issues concerned everyone: centralizing the storage of business information; improving access to, and reporting from, performance management processes; streamlining and standardizing analysis tools; and integrating data sources with different systems and platforms to create a single version of the truth. The solution: OutlookSoft’s unified business process management application. Read More
Evolution of Social Networks into Virtual Organizations
Modern online social networks are successful and popular, and have been since the mid-1990s. The question now before us is this: what is this phenomenon and

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Securing Mobile Apps in a BYOD World
The next wave of exploiting the power of mobile devices involves the apps that run on them. Increasingly, enterprise IT organizations will be under pressure to

securing wireless networks  Mobile Apps in a BYOD World The next wave of exploiting the power of mobile devices involves the apps that run on them. Increasingly, enterprise IT organizations will be under pressure to build or purchase mobile apps that meet the requirements of enterprise employees and business units. Firms will need security that can span multiple devices and heterogeneous IT systems and provides protection for the devices and their data. For most organizations, a scarcity of resources for mobile app Read More

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