Stop Phishing: A Guide To Protecting Your Web Site Against Phishing Scams

Phishing scams are a serious problem around the world. The number of attacks – and their level of sophistication – has skyrocketed in recent years. If you have a website and do business online, you are probably at risk. Fortunately, there is an effective way to protect your customers, your company and your brand from phishing: SSL and Extended Validation […]

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SSL 101: A Guide To Fundamental Website Security

As use of the Internet has grown, the Web has also become more popular with scammers, identity thieves, and other cybercriminals. Given the number of people who experience or have heard about phishing and other Web-based scams, many Internet users don’t feel comfortable sharing their personal details online. Fortunately, there is secure sockets layer (SSL) technology, a standard solution for […]

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Inside Healthcare IT Today

As federal and state mandates swirl about them, healthcare organizations continue pushing their way forward on a variety of key technology initiatives. Many are well on their way to full use of electronic health records, enabling complete mobility for their medical staffs, and building barriers around personally identifiable health information. But, many healthcare IT executives admit, much work is yet […]

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Bring-Your-Own-Device Requires New Network Strategies

The concept of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) is driving the most significant IT shift since the dawn of computing. The migration to mobile computing promises to bring us closer to the vision of being able to deliver any content to any device no matter where the worker is located. This transition to mobile computing is being driven by three major IT trends: […]

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Teaching Higher Education How To Do Smarter Wireless

Colleges and universities see value in intelligent wireless networking. Mobility is the new norm. Faculty and students expect to connect without wires. They depend on it. The explosion of smartphones and tablets has seen to that. According to ABI Research, there were 1.5 billion Wi-Fi enabled devices shipped in 2012. Students are early adopters of technology. So those devices are […]

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Carnegie Mellon Case Study

Carnegie Mellon can provide more reliable wireless access with fewer devices campus-wide, which significantly reduced the cost of wireless implementation and management. Download to read more.      

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Ultra-High Density Wireless Network Case Study: Microsoft Events

Microsoft partnered with Xirrus in the fall of 2008 for the PDC event at the Los Angeles Convention Center to deliver an ultra-high density wireless network. Download to read more.    

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Connected Event Dilemma

So the future of your big event is a connected one, and you can either get in the way or get in front of the game — by installing a wireless network to improve the fan experience while also potentially enriching your game-day revenue per seat. As even the earliest statistics are showing, these in-stadium networks are going to need […]

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