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Hi folks. We've just posted the first half of our October 2nd issue of Network Computing. This week, Dave Molta explores Wireless LANS, and reviews offerings from seven WLAN vendors. In our sneak previews department, we examine Network Associates InfiniStream...

Hi folks. We've just posted the first half of our October 2nd issue of Network Computing.

This week, Dave Molta explores Wireless LANS, and reviews offerings from seven WLAN vendors. In our sneak previews department, we examine Network Associates InfiniStream Security Forensics, which lets you examine previous events on your network to determine how intrustion detections may have taken place. And don't miss our Interactive Buyer's Guide on iSCSI SANs.

As always, you can grab the entire contents of the new issue from our RSS feed.

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