Controlling the endpoint

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There’s yet another IT security bandwagon onto which any number of vendors are jumping. And, whether companies refer to it as network access management (NAM), network access control (NAC), or network access protection (NAP), the main question is: Who has the real deal?

Is it Cisco or Microsoft, the two 800-pound gorillas of the enterprise networking marketplace? Is it the Trusted Computing Group (www.trustedcomputinggroup.org) and its 80 or so partners? Or is it one of a handful of other third-party vendors, including a few start-ups, that are pitching ...

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