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Network World test: Microsoft delivers feature-rich SSL-VPN
WHITE PAPER: Qwest
Connecting to Better Customer Service
Less than a third of surveyed IT executives believe their companies are "highly effective" at adapting to changing customer needs and priorities. Businesses that build a robust voice and data network infrastructure can achieve a high level of responsiveness, and transform customer information and feedback into actionable results. Click here.
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5 Tips for Getting the Best Web App Performance
This eBook, compiled by Network World, explores the pressing issues, from dealing with outages and evaluating performance monitoring services, to the impact of virtualization. Get expert tips to optimize your Web apps. Click to continue
PCI DSS logging: A must for compliance
Software development and quality assurance
How we tested Microsoft Forefront UAG
WHITE PAPER: BeyondTrust
Building a Secure and Compliant Windows Desktop
While removing administrator rights from end users may be the Holy Grail of desktop security, doing so can have an impact on what end users need to do their jobs. Read this white paper to discover powerful strategies to effectively remove administrator rights and improve desktop security. Read Now
Thailand approves credit card hacker's extradition to US
Hold Vendors Liable for Buggy Software
IBM looks to pair security technologies for software development
FBI Director: Hackers have corrupted valuable data
DHS Crowdsources Ideas for Cybersecurity Campaign
WHITE PAPER: Microsoft
Direct Access and UAG Better Together
Direct Access (DA) is a game-changing technology for remote access in your company; removing the need for a VPN all together. Within Microsoft, we've seen great productivity benefits to end users. We surveyed users from our DA pilot and over 87% saw instant productivity gains, overall resulting in net benefit of ~1 hour each day for users. Furthermore, Microsoft operations is saving costs by things such as not having to convert internet connected sites to dedicated lines. For more information on the business value of DA and Microsoft's implementation, watch the Direct Access MSIT video. Learn More Now
Password application gives wrong info to fraudsters
Microsoft's tax-for-hacks 'horrible' idea, say security experts
Implicit whitelisting blocks malware instead of productivity
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