The new reality for employers is for their employees to spend more time working from remote locations such as their home office. To do so effectively, they must have secure access to company data and files based on their individual permission levels regardless of their physical location.
A VPN is a secure solution that allows users to send and receive data via the internet while ensuring the authenticity of individual users and maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of the data traveling across the VPN.
Keeping your data safe while ensuring authorized employees can move into and out of your corporate network structure in the most secure way possible using their computers, laptops, and mobile devices from remote locations.
If some of your team members are working remotely from their home offices, you can work as a virtual team without it being necessary to be present at the main office or physically gathered in some other location.
More employees are working from remote locations and must connect to the company network via desktops, laptops, and mobile devices while potentially using a variety of operating systems such as Windows, iOS, and Android, and can all be accommodated with the appropriate VPN infrastructure.
Occasionally there will be a break in the connection while a user is online, but the VPN protocol helps guarantee the user's information stays safe, secure, and anonymous if the connection drops. A VPN “kill switch” is what keeps your domain from being exposed if a connection break occurs.
Regardless of the physical locations your company assets, such as computers, laptops, mobile devices, etc. may have now dispersed to, they can be visible in the VPN infrastructure and managed in terms of supplies, routine maintenance, and software compliance.