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  • Blog Post: After installing IAG 2007 SP2 - Mobile Devices can no longer synchronize through IAG

    With the release of IAG 2007 SP2 (although this behavior can happen with any new update), we have been receiving some support calls about this subject and we want to bring some awareness about this behavior. Last year we published two posts about Active Sync configuration on IAG 2007: http://blogs...
  • Blog Post: Securely Publishing Dynamics CRM 4.0 by Using IAG SP2

    [Cross post with Microsoft Dynamics CRM team blog ] We are pleased to announce the upcoming availability of Microsoft Intelligent Application Gateway (IAG) Service Pack 2 (SP2), which provides a number of key enhancements, including a new application optimizer for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0. The IAG...
  • Blog Post: Intelligent Application Gateway (IAG) 2007 Goes into Data Center with Service Pack 2 (SP2) – Part 1

    John Neystadt is here again. Today I am blogging first part of an overview of how to protect Data Center applications with IAG. Hope you are enjoying the holidays. I will blog second part after they are over. Changing threats blur the difference between remote and local access For many years...
  • Blog Post: Intelligent Application Gateway 2007 Service Pack 2 is now available!

    We are happy to announce the availability of IAG SP2. Marking a significant milestone for our product, Service Pack 2 brings with it a variety of enhancements that improve overall IAG scalability, interoperability, and functionality. Alongside these benefits, IAG SP2 has the ability to run as a...
  • Blog Post: IAG SP2 Goes Virtual

    My name is John Neystadt and I am an Architect with the Intelligent Application Gateway (IAG) product team. Why have customers come to love hardware-based appliances? 1. Appliances are very easy to deploy –plug in a few network cables, turn on, go through an initial wizard and you’re ready...
  • Blog Post: Intelligent Application Gateway (IAG) 2007 Goes into Data Center with Service Pack 2 (SP2) – Part 2

    Here is the second part (first part is here ) of how to secure access to your data center with IAG. Implementing Data Center access with IAG Which applications? As a first stage, I would suggest that you route Web applications through IAG. This is where the user experience will be optimal and...
  • Blog Post: IAG SP2 – It is all about the application

    When Microsoft acquired Whale Communications about 2 years ago, there was a big question of how will Microsoft change the future of the access industry. As remote access was mainly a networking solution delivered by the networking vendors, the entrance of Microsoft into this game was sure to change the...