Bozteck VNCScan Enterprise Network Manager (VENM) is a remote desktop and server management tool. VENM has been legendary as the original...
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Well as I mentioned in my earlier post I am trying to find a way to replace my SS4000-E as our production file server. To that end I have begun to build a Linux From Scratch server, upon which I plan on adding just the necessities to have a working file server in our Windows LAN.
If your company or organization runs an enterprise wireless LAN network, I have some troubling news for you. Odds are high that your current "enterprise-class" wireless LAN deployment is vulnerable to authentication leakage which not only exposes your internal network but all of your server access controls.
This is an excellent tool for replicating virtual machines (VMs) running on VMware ESX Server 3.x and VirtualCenter 2.x. Although the suite is relatively new, impressive usability features hint at Double-Take’s long history in replication.
This is a powerful suite for organisations requiring comprehensive backup technologies, continuous data protection and automated off-site storage capabilities.
What do you think is the cost of building a secure enterprise grade wireless LAN composed of the following ingredients?RADIUS authentication server PKI certificate authority server AES capable wireless access point Would you believe me if I said "under $100" or would you think I was trying to sell you ocean front property in Nevada?
Bopup Communication Server is an instant messaging server for private IM, internal chat and secure collaboration over corporate and...
Microsoft?today released its first major service pack for its flagship server product Windows 2003 Server.?
The Net Time Server & Client application allows you to synchronize your PC's system clock or all PC's system clock in your LAN using...
Although many right now feel that Quake II is a great game, id Software's John Carmack had an update in his plan file listing a big bug in the networking code for Quake II. Since Quake II lacks the modem support that Quake had, the only ways to play multiplayer games are via LAN or through a dedicated QuakeWorld server (we've got a machine running it already and if we want our butts kicked, we'll let you know where to go).
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