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EnShare by EnGenius

As part of EnGenius Cloud Services, EnShare enables users creating their private cloud network and moving the entertainment, workforce...

October 18, 2014 by EnGenius Technologies, Inc.

TP-LINK Tether

TP-LINKs Tether App provides the easiest way to access and manage with your iOS devices. From setup to parental control, Tether provides...

October 18, 2014 by TP-LINK

CoMa X

Send & Receive Fax Send & receive fax with modems, which support fax-class 2 or 2.0 Send fax, with modems which support only fax-class...

April 2, 2014 by Hartmann-Software

VPN flaws cause router patching nightmare

Multiple vulnerabilities found in a VPN protocol used by most router vendors means that administrators are once again being advised to patch their network hardware, which is a far bigger issue than patching servers or desktops.Researchers at the University of Oulu in Finland on Monday said they had found multiple vulnerabilities in the Internet Security Association and Key Management Protocol [ISAKMP], which is used to create secure tunnels over the public Internet.

November 14, 2005 by

The coming price war in the VoIP phone market

In terms of enterprise VoIP deployment,Ithink much of the battle will be fought over the "form factor" - which type of device VoIP subscribers will use to access their services. Specialized VoIP phones offer call configuration, control, management and data import capabilities that traditional phones tied in to the VoIP network via an Analog Terminal Adapter and a router cannot.

March 23, 2005 by

Linux company TimeSys gets $8 million

TimeSys, a company focusing on Linux for "embedded" computing devices such as network routers or DVD players, said Tuesday that it received an $8 million investment. Adams Capital Management led the round, with participation from Philips Electronics, the Hillman Company and TimeSys Chief Executive Larry Weidman.

October 21, 2003 by

How to convince your boss to buy technology

Coaxing the funding for a backbone upgrade out of upper management used to be a simple task, but the recent economic downturn has made many executives slam the cash drawer closed. Getting approval for major technology expenditures now requires more than a quick e-mail stating, "the backbone is overloaded--we need new routers.

May 15, 2001 by

Lucent offers secure connectivity in VPN portfolio

Lucent's Secure VPN portfolio presents new hardware and software products: routers, firewall-based VPN gateways,integrated VPN clients and security management systemsSingapore, 01 July 2000 - The notable issue dealing with remote access is security.Employees and partners need access to corporate email or applications, but such accessibility invites invasion.

August 17, 2000 by

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