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Virtual Private Network

Also called a VPN. A computer network connecting the main office of a company to its regional offices, and sometimes to individuals using the network remotely. Until the 1990s, a VPN was a dial-up connection or a network set up especially for the company. Since then, most VPNs simply use the Internet.
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Next year's allocation for another round of salary raise is nonetheless lower than the P51-billion budget for this year, during which the fourth tranche of SSL 4 was implemented.
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SSL secures transmission over Transmission control protocol (TCP) [10].
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Winans-Solis (2014) conducted a qualitative case study, using a critical theory framework, to explore how SSL might be a source of empowerment for minority students who presumably have only experienced education within a context of racial and socioeconomic oppression and struggle, a situation he described as "failing social arrangements."
Reportedly SSL has built nearly 50 satellites with HTS payloads, including two of the highest capacity broadband satellites in service currently, as well as the world's first true high-throughput satellite, which was launched in 2005.
"SSL and Hughes have a long term collaborative relationship that has helped to expand the limits of satellite technology," said John Celli, President of SSL.
13 July 2016 - London, England-based engineering solutions provider Costain (LSE: COST) has completed the acquisition of UK-based technology-based traffic monitoring solutions provider SSL, the company said.
App vulnerabilities and hidden SSL attacks main threats for networks and mobile devices in 2016