Articles By Keith Schultz

Review: Riverbed closes the WAN gap

Review: Riverbed closes the WAN gap

SAN FRANCISCO  -- "I'll just get a faster pipe" is an appropriate response to many network problems, but a slow...

May 28th, 2012 Keith Schultz
VDI shoot-out: Citrix XenDesktop vs. VMware View

VDI shoot-out: Citrix XenDesktop vs. VMware View

SAN FRANCISCO  -- More than 20 years ago, the desktop revolution swept across the land, ushering in a new paradigm...

December 14th, 2011 Keith Schultz
Review: Microsoft ADFS 2.0, Forefront Identity Manager 2010

Review: Microsoft ADFS 2.0, Forefront Identity Manager 2010

Managing user access in businesses today is something like playing traffic cop in an intersection of a thousand roads. From...

July 6th, 2010 Keith Schultz
Network Physics forensics tills the LAN

Network Physics forensics tills the LAN

Here’s the scenario: The development guys have just deployed the new version of your CRM application, and the infrastructure group...

February 16th, 2006 Keith Schultz
Hailstorm scanner scores high on reporting

Hailstorm scanner scores high on reporting

As Web applications evolve and new features are added, security managers must be able to reassess the application’s overall security....

September 29th, 2005 Keith Schultz
ECS agents shield against unknown

ECS agents shield against unknown

The only truly secure computer is one that’s unplugged and buried in a hole six feet deep — or so...

July 21st, 2005 Keith Schultz
Check Point, Nortel SSL VPNs worthy

Check Point, Nortel SSL VPNs worthy

For many companies, rolling out an IPSec client to road warriors and trusted business partners was once the only way...

May 12th, 2005 Keith Schultz
Senforce enforces client security wisely

Senforce enforces client security wisely

Senforce Technologies Inc.’s enterprise mobile security manager (EMSM) is a centrally managed platform for creating and deploying very granular access...

February 17th, 2005 Keith Schultz
SSL VPNs make gains over IPSec

SSL VPNs make gains over IPSec

For years, software solutions based on IPSec have ruled VPNs. But new Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) appliances are changing all...

March 31st, 2004 Keith Schultz