Microsoft-Nortel partnership under microscope

Nortel's bankruptcy filing could force it into restructuring that could influence many of its noted partnerships such as a unified communications deal with Microsoft.What Nortel clients are sayingEnterprise customers react to Nortel bankruptcyIn

Published on: January 15th, 2009 John Fontana

Latest version of NCP

Nuremberg, Germany-based NCP Engineering GmbH’s Secure Enterprise Client (SEC) version 9.03 released this week supports the Windows XP operating system in its 64-bit mode. NCP develops remote access tools based on VPN technology.

Published on: March 30th, 2008 Kathleen Lau

NAC deployment

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLENetwork executives planning to deploy network access control should start with very specific goals, not intricate schemes to quarantine and remediate insecure devices, shut down badly behaving machines and record

Published on: January 29th, 2007 Tim Greene


Looking to address the challenge of managing remote access to the corporate network, Aventail has released the latest version of its SSL VPN platform, boasting new features to help IT managers secure a

Published on: August 3rd, 2006 Vanessa Ho

Access control targets port precision

ConSentry is introducing a new product that incorporates its network access control hardware and software into an Ethernet switch, making it possible to enforce access policies on a port-by-port basis. Called CS4048 LANShield

Published on: May 11th, 2006 Tim Greene

Juniper tackles agility with integrated security scheme

Juniper Networks Inc. last month released a policy management appliance aimed at securing the network infrastructure by building more intelligent firewalls and combining router technology to effectively marshal more agile business processes. Juniper’s

Published on: November 24th, 2005 Mark Els

Sygate enhances its enterprise security

Sygate Inc. has beefed up its security software making it possible to secure all endpoints on a network - servers, desktops, via remote access or on the LAN - by making sure they

Published on: September 5th, 2003 Tim Greene


Even though most companies have already installed antivirus software, many are evaluating new technologies to stop virus threats in 2003. According to a recent survey of 470 network managers by Aladdin Knowledge Systems

Published on: February 4th, 2003 Jon Surmacz