by Blue Coat
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Published on: September 01, 2007
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Length: 13 pages
Enterprise users and their data have never been further apart. Business pressures that keep employees out of headquarters and close to customers and partners have met head-on with other drivers that are bringing far flung servers back to the datacenter.
Along with rapid "webification" of applications comes a need to ensure privacy and security over public and semi-public networks. SSL, Secure Socket Layer, is a favorite encryption standard to meet security expectations, but what about visibility, control and acceleration of the applications it hides? SSL may be a ubiquitous enabler of e-commerce and outsourcing, but it creates a special management headache for IT organizations, especially for network administrators and security professionals.
Read about a unique SSL interception technology to control and accelerate SSL applications, regardless of who owns them or where they are hosted.
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