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09th January 2012
By jantanik in Business Law
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John C.Welch recent article on “Die, VPN! We’re all telecommuters now and IT must adjust” contains extremely misapprehend facts.Management and security are the two aspects on which he has mainly focused.The issue he underlines is that as business grows, the elaboration takes the associates to be at their toes in every part of the world and how can individuals be allowed to have the secured data when they are far away from offices.This global shift of the industry, which then, runs on a connectivity basis,has to be on the go and yet offer security to its affiliates.For this,one reminiscent solution,he quotes is that of FDE and not VPN.May it be the portable laptops or iphones or ipads or any smart phone, it fits in well everywhere.

Pondering? Recent surveys show that Full Disk Encryption(FDE), is an option availed for ciphering the whole volume of data.According to the author FDE is overall a cracking way for encryptions but he does not take into account the lengthened process that is behind it following. He doesn’t cite the number of pass codes that one has to keep entering in order to cipher data. What he forgets to mention is the use of VPN that can make things go a much simpler way than such protracted procedures.

If execution of any of the services goes wrong, you have your data seen by all. The author should envision this: one wrong carrying out of procedure and the data’s all over unsecured.Cloud security comes into question when the basic workloads, infrastructures, billing systems and solutions come into the prospect. The uncertainty rises with the cloud’s complexity.In meeting with the security levels,the cloud providers, in general, have a hands down in scalability and forget to commit to consumers’ expectations. Hence,VPN comes in as a savior which James has smartly put in abyss. He does not mention that no compromises on sharing of data are to be made when on a VPN Network.

He also mentions that Wi-Fi is a must for the devices that are remote and should be used globally by those who are on the go. He conks out on the cons of using Wireless security in the form of Wi-Fi. The security proffered by Wi-Fi varies for whether the network is home-based, i.e. a LAN or is established over a large area, predominantly, a remote one. When it is a local area, Wi-Fi has to work for a group of acquaintances and is considered to be a dependable approach. John does not reveal that when it comes to a remote area, it becomes almost impossible to maintain a high level of concealment and secrecy from those who aren’t on the network in case of Wi-Fi. With remote areas, you, as user, have to take into account the encryption of the data that travels through the network. And, in reality, this is not possible to have a head start and end in the most secured way using Wi-Fi like in VPN.

The author has bluntly stated, “No one likes VPN, No one. As per him, it is a costly affair with no privacy protection provision.But, contrary to this, VPN is much talked about the privacy, it offers to its users.

So,in all his statement that VPN is dying seems erroneous on a level when the sales of VPN are recorded maximum from the Telecom industry itself.

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