Wednesday, December 17, 2014

How to secure Apple and Android mobile devices using 802.1X

  The year in tech industry apologies | Apple-IBM partnership off to 'impressive' start

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How to secure Apple and Android mobile devices using 802.1X
Understanding all the 802.1X client settings can certainly help during deployment and support of an enterprise network. Read More


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The best office apps for Android
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Walmart slashes iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus prices
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