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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Comparing Mobile VPN Technologies

    Traditional approaches for encrypting data in transit such as IPSec and SSL are intended for wired networks with high-speed, highly reliable connections. In a mobile wireless WAN environment, where data transmission speeds are slower and connections are less reliable, traditional VPN performance suffers, frequently resulting in application failure, data loss,...

    Provided By NetMotion Wireless

  • White Papers // May 2008

    Mobile Network Access Control: Extending corporate security policies to mobile devices

    Outlining the process for Network Access Control rule creation and deployment to mobile devices, this white paper discusses how Mobility XE's Mobile Network Access Control (NAC) module allows mobile devices (laptops, tablet PCs, handhelds and smartphones) to connect to the enterprise network after meeting specified security policies. With NAC deployed,...

    Provided By NetMotion Wireless

  • White Papers // May 2008

    Mobile Network Access Control: Extending corporate security policies to mobile devices

    Outlining the process for Network Access Control rule creation and deployment to mobile devices, this white paper discusses how Mobility XE's Mobile Network Access Control (NAC) module allows mobile devices (laptops, tablet PCs, handhelds and smartphones) to connect to the enterprise network after meeting specified security policies. With NAC deployed,...

    Provided By NetMotion Wireless

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Comparing Mobile VPN Technologies

    Traditional approaches for encrypting data in transit such as IPSec and SSL are intended for wired networks with high-speed, highly reliable connections. In a mobile wireless WAN environment, where data transmission speeds are slower and connections are less reliable, traditional VPN performance suffers, frequently resulting in application failure, data loss,...

    Provided By NetMotion Wireless