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BIG-IP Edge Client v1.0.6 for iOS 7

With all your other iOS 7 updates (if you've made the plunge), if you are running the BIG-IP Edge Client on your iPhone, iPod or iPad, you may have gotten an AppStore alert for an update.  If not, I just wanted to let you know that... Read more
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SharePoint Conference 2012: Secure Remote Access & SSO with BIG-IP APM

I catch Greg Coward, F5 Solution Engineer, to show how to configure BIG-IP APM to provide Secure Remote Access and SSO to #SharePoint. Yesterday we configured SharePoint with a F5 iApp and today we’re adding secure remote access to the deployment.... Read more
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BIG-IP Edge Client 2.0.2 for Android

Earlier this week F5 released our BIG-IP Edge Client for Android with support for the new Amazon Kindle Fire HD.  You can grab it off Amazon instantly for your Android device.  By supporting BIG-IP Edge Client on Kindle Fire products, F5... Read more
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From Car Jacking to Car Hacking

With the promise of self-driving cars just around the corner of the next decade and with researchers already able to remotely apply the brakes and listen to conversations, a new security threat vector is emerging.  Computers in cars have been... Read more
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Will BYOL Cripple BYOD?

Don’t ya love all the acronyms we have? So by now, you’ve probably heard that BYOD means Bring Your Own Device – a topic that is getting lots of press these days.  The concept of allowing employees to use their own personal device, often... Read more
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Freedom vs. Control

No sooner had I posted BYOD–The Hottest Trend or Just the Hottest Term, last week than yet another BYOD survey hit the news.  The full results will be released in a webinar tomorrow but SANS announced their First Annual Survey Results on... Read more
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Identity Gone Wild! Cloud Edition

#IAM #cloud #infosec Identity lifecycle management is out of control in the cloud Remember the Liberty Alliance? Microsoft Passport? How about the spate of employee provisioning vendors snatched up by big names like Oracle, IBM, and CA? That... Read more
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Pulse2012 - Verde VDI Remote Access

I grab F5 Systems Engineer Brian Tully to go through the F5 remote access solution for Verde VDI.  We discuss availability, optimization and security along with Virtual Bridge's Verde VDI offering. ps Resources: Pulse2012 - Find F5... Read more
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Complexity Drives Consolidation

The growing complexity of managing more users from more places using more devices will drive consolidation efforts – but maybe not in the way you think.  Pop quiz time. Given three sets of three items each, how many possible combinations... Read more
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New iOS Edge Client

If you are running the BIG-IP Edge Client on your iPhone, iPod or iPad, you may have gotten an AppStore alert for an update.  If not, I just wanted to let you know that version 1.0.3 of the iOS Edge Client is available at the AppStore. The... Read more
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F5 Friday: Why SSL VPN Still Matters

#mobile #vdi #infosec Scale and flexibility make SSL VPN an important part of any corporate remote access strategy You might have noticed a couple of news items from F5 this week that appeared related. If you noticed you were right, they... Read more
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F5 Friday: Secure Remote Access versus En Masse Migration to the Cloud

Being too quick to shout “cloud” when the solution may be found elsewhere can lead to unintended consequences. As with all technology caught up in the hype cycle, cloud computing is often attributed with being “the solution” to problems... Read more
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VMworld 2011: F5 BIG-IP v11 iApps for Citrix

The bonus VMworld2011 video - like the special features of a DVD! This was shot by our good friends at Dell and originally posted to the Dell TechCenter home page and Dell TechCenter YouTube channel. I interview F5 Solution Architect, Michael... Read more
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VMworld 2011: VDI Single Namespace

I chat with F5 Technical Marketing Manager Alan Murphy who whiteboards the VDI Single Namespace solution.  Instead of having to find your virtual desktop, have your virtual desktop follow you. <font... Read more
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Who In The World Are You?

Steven Wright has said, 'It's a small world, but I wouldn't want to paint it.' The world is getting smaller with today's 24/7 global marketplace. Businesses have offices and employees around the world to serve the needs of the... Read more
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F5 Friday: Join Robin “IT” Hood and Take Back Control of Your Applications

Mobile users. cloud computing . End-runs around IT security by developers. The trend has always existed, it’s just speeding up now. IT needs to take back control – and fast. But first IT needs the tools with which to do that… Let’s ignore the... Read more
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F5 Friday: There’s an App for That (And It’s In the App Store)

The consumerization of IT is well underway. Supporting secure remote access via what are traditionally “consumer” gadgets is a must.     In the days when Web 2.0 was forcing its way into IT along with the Millennials the warning went... Read more
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F5 Friday: The Dynamic VDI Security Game

Balancing security, speed, and scalability is easy if you have the right infrastructure. A dynamic infrastructure. All the talk about “reusing” and “sharing” resources in highly virtualized and cloud computing environments makes it sound... Read more
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WILS: The Importance of DTLS to Successful VDI

One of the universal truths about user adoption is that if performance degrades, they will kick and scream and ultimately destroy your project. Most VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) solutions today still make use of traditional... Read more
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F5 Friday: Beyond the VPN to VAN

Web 2.0 and cloud computing have naturally pushed all things toward application-centric views, why not the VPN? When SSL VPNs were first introduced they were a welcome alternative to the traditional IPSEC VPN because they reduced the... Read more
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Securing the Other Side of the Cloud

Why would miscreants bother with other routes when they can go straight to the source? People concerned with security of the cloud are generally worried about illegitimate access of the applications and data they may deploy in the cloud.... Read more
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The Virtual Public-Private Cloud Connection

Secure, optimized tunnels to a remote site, e.g. the cloud. Haven’t we been here before? In the continuing discussion around Business Intelligence in the cloud comes a more better (yes I did, in fact, say that) discussion of the reasons why... Read more
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Curing the Business-class Broadband Blues with Cloud Computing

One of the most affordable options for small and medium businesses in terms of Internet connectivity is business-class service from cable and telco providers like Time Warner Cable, Cox, Verizon, and AT&T. Unfortunately, the definition of... Read more
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Data center consolidation drives business case for secure remote access

Everybody is jumping on the data center consolidation bandwagon again. It never really went away, it just took a leisurely Sunday drive through the countryside for a few years before turning back up on the streets of busy data centers... Read more
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Telecommute your way to a greener bottom line

For the past eight years I've been telecommuting, first for Network Computing Magazine and now for F5. In fact, Don and I have been telecommuters (or teleworkers, depending on whom you ask) for so long that our children don't realize that... Read more
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