Articles by Sean Michael Kerner 

Interop: The Problem with NAC

While interest swells in Network Access Control and vendors converge around standards, would-be adopters still need to weigh some serious decisions.

Ethernet: Getting Faster, Getting Greener

As the race toward faster speeds continues, so too does the search for reducing power consumption.

'NAC 2.0' Takes Shape at Interop

Microsoft, Cisco and TCG converge on standards as broader network access control standards emerge.

Riding Out The Slowdown, Speeding Up Networks

Analysis: Can networking gear help to recession proof your network?

Laying The Groundwork For 10GbE Networks

As the networking world moves to 10GbE networks, it's not just speed that matters.

HP Ready For NAC Fight

Company aligns with Microsoft's NAP in access-control market battle.

Vyatta Scaling Linux Up For Networks Big and Small

Linux software router vendor rolls out new release with an aim to open up both service provider and enterprise networks.

Cisco Turns Routers Into Linux Application Servers

In a surprise move, Cisco opens up its routers to third-party applications.

Big Refresh For Cisco's 'Self-Defending' Network

Cisco updates core security portfolio and says it's ready to take on all comers.

Juniper's Linux IPS Hits 10Gb/sec

Networking vendor enters 10GbE IPS space and rolls out new lineup of high-speed security appliances.

The Annual Pitch For Two-Factor Security

VeriSign keeps the faith on pitching two-factor authentication with new features, partners this year.

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