|In This Issue: Focus on Security
|November 4, 2009
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The Florida Institute of Technology uses the Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance as a high-speed router to safeguard its data center infrastructure and for smoother data backups.
Learn tips for using Group Policy settings if you wish to block users from installing USB drives; or, if you allow the drives, how to encrypt the data using Windows 7's BitLocker To Go.
Discover why all-in-one security appliances that offer firewall, VPN and antivirus appeal to colleges and universities looking to cut costs, such as Birmingham-Southern College in Alabama.
Our EdTech: Focus on Higher Education reviewer looks at how well the SonicWall NSA E5500 unified threat management device stymies security threats. The scalable appliance can handle 500 client VPN sessions.
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