Federal Programs allow government employees that travel or work from home to access their agency network. Regardless of location, network access must be highly secure whenever employees connect and policy objectives like NIST FIPS 140-2 and HSPD-12 must be met.
The Aruba ClearPass Access Management System(TM) is a next-generation solution that enables government agencies to reap the benefits of BYOD initiatives and government furnished equipment (GFE) without sacrificing network, device and data security.
Whether it’s due to high turnover and/or a slowly improving IT job market, companies must increasingly deal with new employees entering the workplace. Learn what it takes to help your new hires hit the ground running. Get New IT Pros Up to Speed Fast With This Onboarding Checklist.
In a recent post on Airheads Social , cjoseph explores the traffic jams in wireless networks, offering several steps to Removing the Bottleneck in Wireless. In his post he writes,
“In a wireless network your clients can show up anywhere, so planning is much more difficult and there are issues like contention and interference that will rob you of time slices that you could give to your clients to provide better service. The key to providing consistent service is to remove alot of the things that could cause you issues ahead of time, so if there is something that you CANNOT remove, you will at least have enough headroom to deal with issues you must accept. Here are a few things that you can do to make sure you reserve enough headroom for your clients…” Read more…
In his latest blog post, George Stefanick, explores client triggers and the opportunity for client vendors to “build the roaming triggers as they see fit” due to the lack of 802.11 standard specific to client roaming. To dig deeper into this topic, check out Client Roaming Triggers.For more information on the 802.11(TM) Wireless LANs Standard, click here.