Why itís time for Network Access Control

Tuesday, 16 January 2007, 11:45 AM EST

Network access control is a technology whose time has come. After all, while security and compliance governance policies are a critical component of any successful organization today, they are only useful if they are enforced around the clock.

Employees routinely access their corporate networks from home computers, kiosks, hotel business centersóall systems beyond the control of IT. Their security status is unknown and unpredictable, yet users must rely on them to remain productive anytime, anywhere.

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