[bgmp] SSL VPN Conference

"peter" <peter.lewis@upperside.fr> Fri, 09 April 2004 13:36 UTC

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. How to provide SSL-based remote access to a broad range of Web and
legacy applications? 
. What about application performance and requirements?
. Are encrypted application tunneling issues solved? 
. What differences with IPsec VPNs?

These questions, among others, will be tackled by the most recognised
experts in this field during the SSL VPN Conference to be held in Paris from
November 30th to the 3rd of December, 2004.

 

A call for proposals is online at:

 <http://www.upperside.fr/sslvpn04/sslvpn04intro.htm>
http://www.upperside.fr/sslvpn04/sslvpn04intro.htm