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WIRELESS NETWORKS.

Wireless Networks

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Wireless networks are computer networks that are not connected by cables of any kind. The use of a wireless network enables enterprises to avoid the costly process of introducing cables into buildings or as a connection between different equipment locations. The basis of wireless systems are radio waves, an implementation that takes place at the physical level of network structure. They use radio waves to connect devices such as laptops to the Internet, the business network and applications.

Four Types Of Wireless Networks.

These are created through the use of mobile phone signals typically provided and maintained by specific mobile phone service providers. WWANs can provide a way to stay connected even when away from other forms of network access. Covers large areas such as neighboring towns and cities.

WLAN are wireless networks that use radio waves. The backbone network usually uses cables, with one or more wireless access points connecting the wireless users to the wired network. The range of wlan can be anywhere from a single room to an entire campus.

WPANs are short-range networks that use Bluetooth technology. They are commonly used to interconnect compatible devices near a central location, such as a desk. A WPAN has a typical range of about 30 feet. Interconnects devices in a short span, generally within a person’s reach.

Connects several wireless LANs.

Metropolitan area network is similar to a local area network (LAN) but spans an entire city or campus. MANs are formed by connecting multiple LANs thus, MANs are larger than LANs but smaller than wide area networks (WAN).
MANs are extremely efficient and provide fast communication via high-speed carriers, such as fiber optic cables. To get all our home wireless packages, its a click away. Here.

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22 Nov 2017

Cloud security tools and vendor perspectives

Cloud Security

CLOUD SECURITY TOOLS

Amazon, Google and Microsoft continue to bring out features that reinforce their varying perspectives on public cloud security. Although they still don’t solve one of the biggest threats to cloud workloads.

The so-called Big Three cloud vendors have added a host of features  to help users protect their workloads against threats, with slightly different approaches that highlight their products maturity and their own technological and cultural pedigrees. But one of the biggest obstacles to lock down workloads on these platforms persists: the customers themselves.

Security remains a top priority as enterprises evaluate a move to the public cloud. There are still scenarios where the cloud is unacceptable,particularly at corporations where data residency and other governmental restrictions are paramount. A large security is no longer a reason to reject a move to the cloud. The security practices and staffing behind these platforms are superior to what enterprises have built internally,according to most industry observers.

VENDOR PERSPECTIVE

According toTim Prendergast, CEO and co-founder, Evident.io, “[Cloud] providers are innovating piece by piece, as they learn more about what attackers are doing to compromise workloads.”

THE AMAZON

Amazon has progressed the farthest to improve security. Simply because it was first to market and lacked many of the tools to track and manage resources that are layered on the platform today. Once found mainly in startups, AWS is now a common place at large enterprises. Due to no small part to upgrades of its cloud security tools,in the 11 years since it began selling storage and compute resources.

Over the years,AWS has added identity and access management, configuration rules and other policy controls that have become common practice in the cloud. Many of its latest security upgrades reflect the platform’s maturity,with incremental improvements such as tighter integration with other AWS tools. Now, Amazon’s latest steps aim to protect customers from their own mistakes.  To have more insight on our cloud hosting networks, its a click away.

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