All Digipass devices interoperate and provide organizations with flexibility and affordability in authenticating users to the corporate network.
What does CN stand for?
CN stands for Corporate Network
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 54 other meanings of CN in our Acronym Attic
- Constructionman (US Navy rating)
- Contract Negotiation(s)
- Control Node
- Convergence Numérique (French: Digital Convergence)
- Convergencia Nacional (Venezuelan Party)
- Cooperativa Jesús Nazareno Ltda. (Santa Cruz, Bolivia)
- Coordination Number (mathematics)
- Copper Nickel (product feature)
- Core Network
Samples in periodicals archive:
The corporate network installed at the Chrysler Technology Center, a billion-dollar R&D center in Auburn Hills, MI, plays a major role in Chrysler's ability to design, engineer, and manufacture some of the hottest vehicles in the industry.
TORONTO, April 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Canada's nine major telephone companies, under the Stentor Alliance, and MCI Communications Corporation (NASDAQ-NMS: MCIC), are now able to provide their business customers with the first seamless, international virtual corporate network in the world, known as Advantage VNet service.
IIJ was selected by Impress to develop redundancy for their layer 2 corporate network using a combination of wide area Ethernet and virtual wide area Ethernet.
Currently, remote workers using public IM who are not connected to the corporate network are exposed and at risk of IM-borne virus or malware attacks.
HP will resell MessageLabs full range of managed email security services, which are delivered outside corporate networks at the Internet level.
Protecting corporate networks against attacks and security breaches has become increasingly important as companies depend more on wireless technology and hacker attacks become more brazen.
This device is installed on top of the corporate network (as opposed to an "in-line" design) and does not require expensive network re-architecture nor does it tax network bandwidth.