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A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a private communications network often used within a company, or by several companies or organizations, to communicate confidentially over a publicly accessible network. VPN message traffic can be carried over a public networking infrastructure (e.g. the Internet) on top of standard protocols.
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White Paper Published By: Easynet     Published Date: Mar 26, 2008
Professional services firms need network services that can connect international operations reliably, flexibly, cost-effectively and securely. This Executive Brief highlights the major business and technology trends taking place in the professional services sector in Western Europe, focusing on the increasing internationalization of the industry and the advantages of adopting innovative ICT solutions.
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compliance, security, vpn, professional services, communication
    
Easynet
White Paper Published By: Easynet     Published Date: Mar 26, 2008
Compliance with the payment card industry (PCI) data security standard is now a reality for every retailer: compliance should be high on every retailer's list of priorities for enterprise security. With this reality comes the need for retailers to fully understand their PCI compliance status through a thorough gap analysis and associated risk assessment.
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compliance, vpn, retail, managed networks, easynet
    
Easynet
White Paper Published By: Identity Engines     Published Date: Mar 24, 2008
For over a decade now, RADIUS servers have been a mainstay of dial-up and VPN access control. The rather inconspicuous RADIUS server, perhaps better known as that beige, general-purpose PC collecting dust in the corner of your data center, has proved sufficient for performing basic duties like validating passwords and granting network access.
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radius, servers, idengines, id engines, identity engines
    
Identity Engines
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