Debra Littlejohn Shinder

Debra Littlejohn
Shinder

Debra Littlejohn Shinder is co-owner of TACteam (Trainers, Authors, Consultants), which develops content of technical and marketing documents for major corporations, including Microsoft. She is editor of WinXPnews and author of Scene of the Cybercrime (Syngress).

Articles
3 Ways To Get Wiser Web Access
Use ISA Server 2004 to safeguard application access across the Internet.
ISA Server 2004 Hardware Firewall Appliances
These three ISA Server 2004 hardware firewall appliances can help you simplify the configuration and management of your network-based firewall.
Extending MIIS 2003 Functionality
Maximize the functionality of Microsoft Identity Integration Server with tools for management-console integration, password managment, cross-platform integration, and enterprise-level scalability.
Improving on ISA Server 2
Add support for multiple Internet connections, virus scanning, enhanced log analysis and reporting, and more to Microsoft's firewall.
Alternatives to MIIS
Learn about additional vendors and products that can help you with identity management.
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