Mobile Device Management or MDM is ideal for addressing many challenges inherent to our ‘Bring your own Device’ culture. MDM can help enforce policy for mobile devices but when you look closer, you begin to realize it does not solve everything. The challenge is when we ask our MDM technology to make policy decisions out of context.
Cisco’s Identity Services Engine (ISE) offers centralized policy and network intelligence as an MDM compliment for a complete security solution
This is where Cisco comes in with ISE or the Identity Services Engine. We did a Fundamentals of ISE awhile back that still serves as a great backdrop for getting your head around it. ISE is frequently lauded for its ability to provide a single repository for all the potentially complex rules and regulations we need on our network. The point right now however is ensuring we know where ISE begins/ends in reference to MDM. Neither can act completely alone and accomplish everything most customers are hoping for in a BYOD solution especially. But where do we begin and end?
Internet cookies seem to have the best name with a somewhat negative perception. Its really not the cookie thats to blame. Most geeks will laugh that we even would consider this topic for a video but the fact remains, too many people misunderstand the value and besides, its part of the Networking 101 series..its supposed to be basic!
The negative reputation seems to have started back in 2000 as the never ending privacy debates were reaching a fever pitch. And just like people who love to blame powerpoint for their crummy presentations, the fact is, the cookie is not to blame..its a tool that frankly adds a lot of value to our web experience.
Lots of misinformation has fed this debate over the years, much of it led by false information that stated cookie are programs.
Two great new ‘Networking 101’ videos now available. This series is great for anyone needing a quick refresh or touch up on the basics and these two both focus on DNS.
DNS is key to making the Internet accessible to us humans. It’s how we can connect to techwisetv.com without needing to know anything complex from anywhere in the world. How does it know how to do this? DNS can be a complicated topic but understanding the basics does not have to be.
Taking it a step further, DNSSEC is a suite of IETF specifications designed to guarantee the authenticity of data obtained from the domain name system (DNS). Although not designed for confidentiality of the data, this protocol is a great answer for many of the ills that threaten the simplicity of the Internet. Chief Geek Jimmy Ray Purser arms you with how it works and why deployment is not growing as fast as it should be.