Letting the telecommuters into the network

Tuesday, 11 January 2005, 12:01 PM EST

Locking down the network and patrolling the perimeter is a never-ending job. Still, it feels good to get through another shift on the Forbidden Planet without an invisible force penetrating your shield and setting off alarms. But there's a change: now, other humans want to work from their home worlds -- but by mind alone, over the computer screen. It's up to you to create for them a safe passage (one that won't have Robby the Robot all stirred up and carrying Anne Francis around like a rag doll) and to make sure the Krell don't come sneaking in, under the fence, behind the newcomers.

By Rebecca Rohan at InformIT.

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