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access to

The ability to use or reach something or someone, through any number of means. I won't have access to my work email while I'm away on vacation. No, I don't have direct access to the CEO, but I'll call his assistant.

*access to someone or something

permission to approach someone or something; the right to use someone or something. (*Typically: get ~; have ~; give someone ~.) Can you get access to a computer?
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Access Gateway provides significant control over application and data access today, however we are constantly striving to increase system security while maintaining a flexible means of access.
For far too long, building security and network access security have been managed in separate silos--each with their own specific solutions and staffs--and no communication link between them," said Omar Hussain, president and CEO of Imprivata, Inc.
More than 180,000 organizations around the world rely on Citrix to provide the best possible access experience to any application for any user.
Lockdown enforces access on managed switches, or Wi-Fi access points, adding another enforcement method to Microsoft Network Access Protection.
Ignition turns previously passive network switches into intelligent identity-aware access-control devices that can actively place users into different network partitions, with different access rights, based on user identity information.
The result has been a flood of idea sharing, coordination among programs, collaboration among college access efforts, and increased publicity about college access.
Considering the ramifications of unauthorized access to data, it is unsettling that many enterprises still use only user names and passwords for logical access control.
Each access point in a wireless network is programmed with a unique identifier known as a Service Set Identifier (SSID).
Deploying the V-Switch in the access network costs significantly less than to forklift or upgrade existing legacy infrastructure," said Thom Baker, Vice President Marketing, Westwave Communications.
Online remote access began with dial access to online catalogs and vended indexing and abstracting services.
The solution to the "macro" problem is not principally technological; computer access technology by itself is usually not enough.
By combining Lockdown Networks' Network Access Control (NAC) solutions with Network Access Protection, customers can enhance the accuracy and power of Network Access Protection decision-making through detailed knowledge of end-station device health and network-based enforcement.
When companies build out their Internet access systems in this way--i.
Computer access technology can reduce the impact of one of the reasons for the unemployment of this population.