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“Three ways for security and compliance” – CDN

Carolina Advanced Digital Quotables Three ways for security and compliance Consultants are the keys to knowledge transfer 11/4/2008 By: Lynn Greiner There are three ways to achieve security and compliance goals, according to Jennifer Jabbusch, network security engineer and consultant with Carolina Advanced Digital: use what you have, buy stuff, or get someone else to do it. Buying stuff, she says, should be low on the list. That, ordinarily, would be a rather depressing statement to the channel. After all, selling stuff is what resellers do. During her talk at the SecTor security conference in Toronto in early October, Jabbusch told her audience that making use of what you have is often the best solution. But in order to do that, she said, you need to know all of the equipment’s features and understand how to use them. Read the story Three ways for security and...
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“Security admins offer their risk management pitch” – ComputerWorld

Carolina Advanced Digital Quotables Security admins offer their risk management pitch By: Rafael Ruffolo – ComputerWorld Canada Oct 8, 2008 Representatives from CIBC, Unisys and elsewhere discuss their approach to selling business leaders on the right products and strategy for protecting enterprise information. Coverage from SecTor 2008 Managing IT security in the face of your enterprise’s political and economic pressures can be a daunting task – but not an impossible one, experts told the Security Conference Toronto (SecTor) on Tuesday. Read the story...
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“All in the Family” – NaVOBA Magazine

Carolina Advanced Digital Featured in National Veteran-Owned Business Association Magazine All in the Family By: Michael Crawford, 2008 Families start businesses all the time – a restaurant on the street corner or a grocery store in the center of town. Sometimes, however, families have bigger aspirations, like starting an information technology business and turning it into a multimillion dollar company called Carolina Advanced Digital. Former Petty Officer 2nd Class Susan Jabbusch assisted her husband, John, in her spare time after the company’s founding in 1984. In 1989, Jabbusch joined the company as a full-time employee. Carolina Advanced Digital provides technical services on both commercial and government levels. Read the story...
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“ProCurve’s Colubris Buy A ‘Great Move’” – CRN

Carolina Advanced Digital Quotables ProCurve’s Colubris Buy A ‘Great Move’ By Andrew R Hickey, ChannelWeb Aug. 11, 2008 Solution providers hope that HP (NYSE:HPQ) ProCurve’s acquisition of Colubris Networks can help propel not only ProCurve but themselves into new wireless territory with a more robust set of WLAN offerings. On Monday, Palo Alto, Calif.-based ProCurve said it plans to acquire Colubris, a Waltham, Mass.-based wireless vendor that offers tools for wireless integrated access, management and security products, along with 802.11n capabilities. According to Jennifer Jabbusch, network security specialist for Siler City, N.C.-based solution provider Carolina Advanced Digital, the acquisition was surprising, but could open new wireless doors. Read the story...
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“ProCurve At The Next Level” – CRN

Carolina Advanced Digital Quotables ProCurve At The Next Level HP networking unit gets channel partners trained and ready to go with standard IPv6 By Andrew R Hickey, ChannelWeb From the February 11, 2008 issue of CRN ProCurve Networking by Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HPQ) Co., the Palo Alto, Calif.-based computer giant’s networking unit, is shipping a software update that allows its switches to be managed and deployed at the edge of networks running IPv6, the new IP addressing scheme. The software update is for ProCurve Switch series 8200, 6200, 5400 and 3500. The update also includes a new feature called QinQ, which lets customers build large campus or metro-area networks based on Ethernet connectivity. Read the story...
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