February Feature of the Month: Integrated Support for 3G/LTE Cards, Part One

With workforce mobility on the rise, remote employees are consistently in the market for easy-to-use VPN solutions that can safely connect their mobile devices to the corporate network. And given employees have a variety of mobile operators to choose from, corporations want to make it easy for users to switch in and out between these providers in order to maintain productivity on the go.

To meet these demands, NCP has rolled out an all-new Access Point Name (APN) feature in its entry and enterprise IPsec VPN clients. This automated configuration eliminates the need to manually update each device’s mobile access point when switching out SIM cards from a previous mobile operator. By analyzing the SIM card’s provider ID and using it to define the corresponding APN, identifying the appropriate dial-up parameter takes next to no time at all, allowing the user to get up and running on the network safely and easily.

Want to learn more about this feature and the NCP Secure Client’s integrated support of 3G/LTE cards? More information can be found here.

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