ANX Corporate Blog: Posts tagged as SaaS

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Feb 12th 2010, 14:22

ANXeBusiness Corp. Acquires ETSec

Posted by Barry Chapman
ANXeBusiness Corp. Acquires ETSec

Combined Company to Address Managed Security-as-a-Service Solutions for Government, Healthcare, Medical Supply Chain and Commercial Customers

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (February 12, 2010) - ANXeBusiness Corp., a provider of networking and managed security services, today acquired ETSec, Inc. of Mt. Laurel, NJ, a provider of security solutions and managed security services to further bolster ANX’s powerful cloud-based security service offerings.   The ETSec acquisition marks ANXeBusiness’ sixth purchase since 2006 and further strengthens the combined company’s position in the global security-as-a-service markets.
Founded in 2002, ETSec provides Fortune 1000 enterprises with

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Nov 20th 2009, 17:23

Cloud Computing - The Devil is in the details

Posted by Yaron Levi
Unless you were living in a cave, far from any civilization, chances are you heard about The Cloud. The next big thing! The ultimate solution for all IT business illnesses. Of course, I am exaggerating but cloud initiatives are backed by major players like Amazon, Google, Microsoft, EMC and others.
Cloud means many things to many people: if you take the infrastructure as a service (IaaS) approach the cloud is a hosting solution that will eliminate the need for companies to maintain their own hardware, for others it is a utility service that will allow businesses to consume unlimited computing resources right when they need them and release them back to the cloud when they are done. If you take the Software as a Service (SaaS) approach the cloud provides applications

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Nov 18th 2009, 13:03

SSL/TTS Vulnerability Response (CVE-2009-3555)

Posted by Anthony Maughan
There's been much coverage and discussion of recently disclosed SSL vulnerabilities. ANXeBusiness is jumping into the discussion with the help of a special guest blogger, Steve Dispensa.  Marsh Ray, who is on Steve's development team, is credited with discovering this vulnerability.
Steve is currently the CTO of PhoneFactor and is one of the founding partners and original developers of our cloud-based remote access product, PositivePRO.  The idea behind PositivePRO was that remote access provided by the internal IT staff was expensive and cumbersome to maintain.  Steve and his crew were determined to develop a Software-as-a-Service alternative that was simpler and more effective than traditional appliance-based approaches. 

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Nov 12th 2009, 09:44

IT Remote Access: The Times are a-Changing

Posted by Anthony Maughan
What does “IT remote access” mean to you? 
IT remote access has evolved immensely throughout the years. 
15 years ago: IT remote access was for the occasional work from home sales guy, or executives that needed to dial into a corporate bank of modems.  This required patience as documents, presentations and e-mails slowly loaded.
Today: IT remote access has exponentially grown as the flow of timely information has become a critical business advantage.  Employees, vendors, customers, consultants and others all require access to company information in many places and situations.
The Future: Computing will require information anywhere, anytime, any

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