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Network Access Protection is a platform that includes a client and server architecture. NAP provides limited access enforcement components for the following technologies. Administrators can configure these technologies separately or together, depending on specific network needs: Internet Protocol security (IPsec)

Network Access Protection (NAP) is a Microsoft technology for controlling network access of a computer, based on its health. With NAP, system administrators of an organization can define policies for system health requirements.

Three Key Benefits Organizations Achieve by Prioritizing End-user Device Improvements

Overview ESG recently completed a survey of 2,000 IT decision makers with a high level of knowledge and influence over...

Gimatic innovates more quickly and better serves its customers utilizing HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing technology

Summary “Gimatic is a global leader in automation and gripping solutions,” says the company’s COO, Guerino Rosso. “We have over...

Identity-first: How strong authentication can bolster organisations’ ransomware defences

Introduction In the past few years incidents of ransomware have skyrocketed and ensuring that they are protected against this type...

Open Digital Architecture: How telecommunication companies can boost their API strategy

Introduction With the launch of 5G networks and competition from over-the-top (OTT) players, communication service providers (CSPs) are seeking ways...