Addressing the Internet’s ‘Human Factor’

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Since the late 1980s, corporations have invested heavily in network and information systems technology to create network-based applications that can be used by employees, partners and clients regardless of their physical location.

The goal was to provide distributed applications and reliable communications so that business critical applications were accessible anywhere at anytime. The Internet explosion of the 1990s extended corporate and organizational networks from the campus backbone all the way to cyber cafés from ...

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