Recommend an Industrial VPN Provider

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Recommend an Industrial VPN Provider

Post by ColarBear » Wed Apr 05, 2017 1:12 pm


Has anyone got experience with Industrial VPN providers, and any they can recommend?

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Re: Recommend an Industrial VPN Provider

Post by stevenwilliams » Tue Apr 11, 2017 9:14 am

As I understand, you need a VPN for a corporate network. In very small enterprises, such as an office where only you need to be connected to a company computer remotely, a full VPN app may be unnecessary. Instead, you can install a remote desktop access app (e.g. LogMeIn) for connecting as an off-site user to the company device. But if you are required to configure multiple remote connections, you should be subscribed for a decent VPN service. On top of that, some VPNs require the outside device to utilize a client for accessing the corporate net, while other VPNs use SSL and can function without a VPN client installation. And some VPN setups can provide both of these connection methods.
If I were you, I would choose a VPN which offers the maximum number of simultaneous connections, while also provides different protocols for securing your net from a third-party penetration. In addition, I advise you to read [url= ... ss-running]this article[/url] for learning how to protect your corporate net.

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