Businesses use VPNs, or Virtual Private Networks to create a secure and private connection to the internet or between two or more sites. A VPN creates a virtual encrypted tunnel within your internet connection to keep your user activity hidden and your data safe from malicious attacks.
VPNs are particularly useful for remote workers who need regular access to company systems using public wireless networks or other unsecured networks. Once authenticated by the VPN gateway, users can access all the resources they normally have in the office, from any location, without the risk of hackers monitoring their activities. Site-to-site virtual private networks can be used to connect multiple branches in different locations or to share resources securely with a partner or client.
We can set up and configure VPNs to your business needs on your routers as part of the connectivity services we offer.
Connect an entire network in one location to another using a VPN across the internet. It will appear to operate as a single network and users will be able to access all the same resources securely, even if they are not physically in the same office.
Using unsecured networks in public places like airports, coffee shops and hotels, makes it easy for hackers to snoop. Using a VPN protects your privacy and keeps your activities and business data safe from other users on public networks.
VPNs are an affordable alternative to a physical private network. Rather than having to lease private connections to connect different locations, you can use the public internet and a VPN for secure transfers of data between the sites.
Share resources with remote workers, contractors and partners securely. Even if they are abroad, they can still connect and access files, applications, and other resources on the office network. Using the VPN, they can also access websites that may not be available in that country due to geo-blocking.