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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Wireless Standards, Installation, Security, and More!

    In a little more than a decade, wireless has grown from an obscure and expensive curiosity into a practical and affordable networking technology. Today's most common wireless standard is 802.11g Ethernet, also often called Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity). 802.11g is fast enough to be practical and affordable enough for home networks,...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    The 8 Essential Elements of Internet Security

    The evolution of Internet content toward social media and Web 2.0-based sites presents new challenges for organizations. Critical applications have become Web-based, and non-browser generated Web traffic - think iTunes and peer-to-peer networking - has exploded. One has a business Internet connection for two things: Web-based applications (Web site admin...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Network Security From the Bottom Up: Before the Firewall, Consider the Lock

    It has been said that the most secure computer is one that's by itself in a locked room. It should be turned off. Obviously, this is not a computing situation that's going to work for most organizations, but the general idea that isolating computers increases security holds true. Securing hardware...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Network Security From the Bottom Up: Before the Firewall, Consider the Lock

    It has been said that the most secure computer is one that's by itself in a locked room. It should be turned off. Obviously, this is not a computing situation that's going to work for most organizations, but the general idea that isolating computers increases security holds true. Securing hardware...

    Provided By Black Box

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    The 8 Essential Elements of Internet Security

    The evolution of Internet content toward social media and Web 2.0-based sites presents new challenges for organizations. Critical applications have become Web-based, and non-browser generated Web traffic - think iTunes and peer-to-peer networking - has exploded. One has a business Internet connection for two things: Web-based applications (Web site admin...

    Provided By Black Box

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Wireless Standards, Installation, Security, and More!

    In a little more than a decade, wireless has grown from an obscure and expensive curiosity into a practical and affordable networking technology. Today's most common wireless standard is 802.11g Ethernet, also often called Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity). 802.11g is fast enough to be practical and affordable enough for home networks,...

    Provided By Black Box