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Ultra Electronics AEP Networks provides trusted security everywhere and secures data and voice communication regardless of device, environment or location. Delivering proven security architectures to more than 5,000 organisations all over the world including governments, enterprises and carriers, AEP Networks counts international governments, ICANN, VeriSign, Optus, Shell, Barclays, MasterCard and New York Metropolitan Transport Authority amongst its 1,000 blue chip customers.

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Get Off Windows XP by 2013? How to save costs in XP to Windows 7 Migrations Webcast for EMEA participants:
Don’t be left in the dark when Windows XP support ends

Join this webinar to find out how your business can postpone or avoid the costly hardware refresh required to effectively run Windows 7/8, and retain access to XP functionality and legacy applications. Learn how to provide security features to retain role based application access and prevent data leakage.

With Microsoft support for Windows XP expected to end in 2013, businesses need to consider the cost of buying new hardware that can effectively run Windows 7/8 and whether Windows 7 can support all their necessary legacy applications.

Abtech and Ultra Electronics AEP Networks cordially invite you to join a webinar on 18 July 2012 9.00am PST and find out how your organization could avoid or postpone migration to Windows 7, without interrupting your day-to-day operations.

Windows XP has been a ‘workhorse’ for organizations for a decade, but by early 2013 will constitute less than 5% of the install base. If Microsoft does not extend support for Windows XP at this point, users will be without essential security patches, leaving system vulnerabilities unplugged.

This webinar will demonstrate an innovative alternative to this high-cost upgrade. By adopting a system of thin clients with AEP Networks Ultra Protect for virtual application delivery, and delivery of Microsoft Terminal Services, organizations can avoid the outlay of upgrading to Windows 7 while retaining functionality.

Key discussion points will include:
- How to leverage Terminal Services infrastructure to reduce desktop management and support costs
- How to use old PCs as thin clients and securely deliver all applications to a simple LanProtect Webtop
- How a thin client environment can reduce software licensing costs
- How the AEP Networks LanProtect product enables you to access your applications from an iPad or other mobile devicess
- How to effectively secure the access to this infrastructure
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Aug 8 2012
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  • Webcast for EMEA participants:
    Don’t be left in the dark when Windows XP support ends

    Join this webinar to find out how your business can postpone or avoid the costly hardware refresh required to effectively run Windows 7/8, and retain access to XP functionality and legacy applications. Learn how to provide security features to retain role based application access and prevent data leakage.

    With Microsoft support for Windows XP expected to end in 2013, businesses need to consider the cost of buying new hardware that can effectively run Windows 7/8 and whether Windows 7 can support all their necessary legacy applications.

    Abtech and Ultra Electronics AEP Networks cordially invite you to join a webinar on 18 July 2012 9.00am PST and find out how your organization could avoid or postpone migration to Windows 7, without interrupting your day-to-day operations.

    Windows XP has been a ‘workhorse’ for organizations for a decade, but by early 2013 will constitute less than 5% of the install base. If Microsoft does not extend support for Windows XP at this point, users will be without essential security patches, leaving system vulnerabilities unplugged.

    This webinar will demonstrate an innovative alternative to this high-cost upgrade. By adopting a system of thin clients with AEP Networks Ultra Protect for virtual application delivery, and delivery of Microsoft Terminal Services, organizations can avoid the outlay of upgrading to Windows 7 while retaining functionality.

    Key discussion points will include:
    - How to leverage Terminal Services infrastructure to reduce desktop management and support costs
    - How to use old PCs as thin clients and securely deliver all applications to a simple LanProtect Webtop
    - How a thin client environment can reduce software licensing costs
    - How the AEP Networks LanProtect product enables you to access your applications from an iPad or other mobile devicess
    - How to effectively secure the access to this infrastructure
  • Don’t be left in the dark when Windows XP support ends

    Join this webinar to find out how your business can postpone or avoid the costly hardware refresh required to effectively run Windows 7/8, and retain access to XP functionality and legacy applications. Learn how to provide security features to retain role based application access and prevent data leakage.

    With Microsoft support for Windows XP expected to end in 2013, businesses need to consider the cost of buying new hardware that can effectively run Windows 7/8 and whether Windows 7 can support all their necessary legacy applications.

    Abtech and Ultra Electronics AEP Networks cordially invite you to join a webinar on 18 July 2012 9.00am PST and find out how your organization could avoid or postpone migration to Windows 7, without interrupting your day-to-day operations.

    Windows XP has been a ‘workhorse’ for organizations for a decade, but by early 2013 will constitute less than 5% of the install base. If Microsoft does not extend support for Windows XP at this point, users will be without essential security patches, leaving system vulnerabilities unplugged.

    This webinar will demonstrate an innovative alternative to this high-cost upgrade. By adopting a system of thin clients with AEP Networks Ultra Protect for virtual application delivery, and delivery of Microsoft Terminal Services, organizations can avoid the outlay of upgrading to Windows 7 while retaining functionality.

    Key discussion points will include:
    - How to leverage Terminal Services infrastructure to reduce desktop management and support costs
    - How to use old PCs as thin clients and securely deliver all applications to a simple LanProtect Webtop
    - How a thin client environment can reduce software licensing costs
    - How the AEP Networks LanProtect product enables you to access your applications from an iPad or other mobile devicess
    - How to effectively secure the access to this infrastructure and protect against data loss or theft
  • As a service provider in the maritime, or oil and gas sectors, you need to ensure you are offering the best satellite communication service for voice and data at an affordable and manageable cost, enabling you to bill or charge for a premium rate for a dynamic service that provides a flexible cost model. Join AEP networks for a Webinar to learn:

    - How by utilising combined best of breed technologies from COMTEC Vipersat in combination with AEP Networks, organisations can now achieve dynamic SCPC as a new flexible and controllable solution to optimize bandwidth.

    - How The Comtec Modems in combination with AEP Networks provide Dynamic SCPC technology providing sophisticated integrated real time monitoring and reporting to enable service providers to monitor and manage usage patterns in real time and can now control fair usage and monitor usage patterns of bandwidth across a fleet of vessels in real time.
  • 75 CLAS Consultants participated in an Independent Survey into Network Security. During this webcast you will learn:
    - How CLAS Consultants percieve the threat of Network Hacking, as part of the Threat Lanscape
    - What are the trend that they see that are contributing the increased threat levels surrounding the Security of Networks
    - What types of remediation/ security technologies can be used to address the challenges
  • Personalised smart cards can combine physical and logical access control with identity and smart payment. Using Ultra Electronics Card Systems’ Magicard desktop issuance solutions, these cards can be issued, personalised and deployed as part of an integrated solution to protect your organisation’s IP. A combination of logical and visual security can be utilised to ensure only users with the correct credentials and digital passport/certificate can gain access to corporate information and assets.
  • Organisations need to secure their business and financial communications infrastructure especially in areas where existing communications could fall over and there is no back up in place. Not having a backup or failover solution in place can result in lost business and reputational damage and in many cases result in customer churn.

    Rapidly deployable communications can be essential in providing back up in securing these communications, whether this be a point of sale device requiring a 3G network to securely communicate financial transactions via banking networks, or a telephone operating system or computer network that goes down due to road works or construction causing damaged or severed communication lines.

    During this session you will learn how businesses can keep their mission critical business communications going without the cost & inconvenience of using non secure satellite communications and without waiting for deployment of an expert network engineer on site to repair the fault quickly
  • The demands for high powered users to be able to access the corporate network for their applications, using any device, at any location has greatly increased in the last year. Senior executives are looking to use a combination of home computers, corporate laptops, tablets and smartphones to access the network for their key applications.

    During this session you will learn how the IT security manager’s job can be made easier at the same time as ensuring access is delivered in a secure way using a combination of tools like Mobile Device Management (MDM), identity and access management tools, and encryption technologies
  • After a major incident in an area with limited and possibly broken communications infrastructure, such as after a terrorist attack or major disaster, rapidly deployable communications can be essential for the speedy deployment of resources, and for reconstruction of infrastructure critical to secure supply chains for saving human life.

    During this session you will learn how AEP Networks has provided this capability, with a multi-bearer, multi-service communications hub, which can be easily deployed with transportable Wi-Fi / Wi-Max, TETRA/PMR or cellular GSM/3G wireless base stations. Find out how by allowing rapid remote configuration over the air, using satellite or wide area backhaul, how experts in Network Operations Centres can plan spectrum assignment and network configurations during mission transit phase.

    See how field commanders can then communicate effectively with their field resources and strategic command chain, without the cost & inconvenience of making multiple one-to-one calls over satellite phones and without waiting for deployment of an expert network engineer into the field.
  • Securing access to any business application in a fully protected, secure environment to thousands of users in both LAN and Cloud Environments presents a host of challenges both from a performance and end user adoption perspective. Equally in a Cloud Services model and the new era of mobile working and BYOD adds additional complexities.

    During this session you will learn how to secure application & desktop access through multiple form factors, and how to deliver a highly versatile platform that delivers outstanding performance to thousands of users enabling significant cost saving in the drive to a shared services model. During this session you will learn more about the latest Ultra Protect 7.4 revision for iPad, providing Secure Cloud or LAN Access via the Apple iPad.
  • DNSSEC has become widely recognised, not only as the solution for preventing DNS spoofing, but also as a way to provide additional security-in-depth for the Internet. Without DNSSEC, criminals can use DNS to pose as trustworthy online entities like government agencies by using DNS cache poisoning. DNSSEC uses PKI to digitally sign DNS messages. These digital signatures ensure the validity of responses to DNS queries preventing fraudulent DNS responses that could be used for attacks such as phishing. Generating, storing and managing cryptographic keys to a high level of assurance requires an HSM - with AEP Networks Keyper, your digital keys will be of high quality (generated using a highly random method) and safely stored where they cannot be accessed or misused.

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