What is a Rogue Access Point?

In this day and age, network security is of the utmost importance. This is why rogue access points should be found and dealt with accordingly. A “rogue access point” is a wireless access point that has been added and installed on a secure network without the network administrator’s explicit permission.


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Operational Recovery Replication vs. CDP (Continuous Data Protection)

Both operational recovery replication and CDP serve a similar purpose, but they achieve their goals very differently. Read more…

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Veeam Backup and Replication Version 11 Release: So Many New Features, Where do We Start?

Learn What’s New in Veeam Version 11

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