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network

noun body, combined system, compliiated system, interface, intertwining system, laced system, systematic web, weave, weaving, web, webbing
See also: complex, conjunction, development, league
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A more refined use of network analysis is defined by other authors as organizational network analysis and has been used more recently in works by policy and political experts when discussing the networks used by terrorist groups (Arguilla & Ronfeldt, 2001).
Networks that people believe are error-free do, in fact, have errors.
This technology is incredible when it's applied correctly, but there's so much working against it that many people actually hinder their own network coverage with poor planning," says Chuck Bartel, director of networks at Carnegie Mellon University, and project director of the school's wireless network (dubbed "Wireless Andrew").
LANs can communicate with other networks, whether they are similar or not.
The joint solution was provided by local partner and integrator, Next Generation Networks.
Networks can defend against DoS attacks, as well as from heavy network loads resulting from more innocent causes.
Attendees will see how EdgeWall appliances can be deployed within existing networks to enforce Microsoft Network Access Protection policies.
By combining Lockdown Networks' Network Access Control (NAC) solutions with Network Access Protection, customers can enhance the accuracy and power of Network Access Protection decision-making through detailed knowledge of end-station device health and network-based enforcement.
SEATTLE -- Lockdown Networks[R], the leading provider of Network Access Control (NAC) solutions that ensure all users and devices on the network comply with security policies, today announced the expansion of its open iNAC[R] (intelligent NAC) architecture, broadening the scope of its integration with leading security, endpoint and network infrastructure technologies.
0 solution, see today's press release titled, "Juniper Networks Launches New Unified Access Control Solution with Expanded Interoperability and Functionality" at http://www.
Together, iPolicy and Microsoft will work to help protect user desktops, servers and high-speed networks in real-time against spread of malware and ensure end-to-end security policy compliance.
Lockdown Networks(R) and AEP Networks today announced they have entered into a technology licensing, co-development and marketing partnership which will integrate Lockdown's flagship Network Access Control (NAC) solution, Lockdown Enforcer(TM), into AEP's Policy Networking security solutions.

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