When I was a high school student, bringing a smartphone into classrooms was not permitted. If you were caught with any electronic device, it would be confiscated. Pronto. In this new digital era, schools are […]
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It’s Game of Thrones season! And anything to do with dragons reminds me of GoT. The Dragonblood vulnerability recently exposed weak security of the WPA3 standard. It was just a year ago that KRACK exposed […]
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Like the many years before it, RSA Conference 2019 in San Francisco was full of buzz, energy, product “noise” and, this year, lots of heavy rain. And, of course, I forgot to bring my umbrella. Rain […]
Wi-Fi access is ubiquitous, but it’s not always easy to plan, deploy, secure and manage, especially for distributed businesses and enterprises. SonicWall believes there’s an easier approach. Our product teams have revamped our Wi-Fi management […]
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