Matt Mullenweg’s post on the intrinsic value of blogging inspired this video:
Getting enterprise class storage and networking solutions at a reasonable price has always been a challenge for medium sized businesses. HP is looking to change that by adapting many of their existing storage, network, and blade server solutions for the mid-market, while also offering converged infrastructure to simplify administration.
Instead of maintaining separate user policies for wired and wireless networks, new technologies are making it easier to offer a consistent experience to manage all network users as a single group.
HP’s Eric Horton shows us how Sentinel software uses OpenFlow to secure BYOD networks at the port level via TippingPoint.
If you’re a Windows user, you can remotely connect from your iPhone or iPad back to your PC using a Remote Desktop Client on your iOS device. I’ve found several pay RDC clients that are awesome, but Thinstuff iRdesktop also looks pretty promising. It’s free. Probably the biggest limitation is the level of encryption supported in this product vs. the pay products, but if you’re largely connecting from your couch, for instance, that should be less of an issue.