Posts Tagged ‘NCP engineering’

At NCP, we’re committed to helping organizations overcome the complexities of managing, maintaining and securing remote access, no matter how simple or complex their remote access environments are. And while positive feedback from customers is always a good thing, it’s equally rewarding to be recognized by industry-leading associations and magazines, as was recently the case […]

A recent Linux enterprise end-user survey found that more than 80 percent of respondents plan to increase the number of Linux servers in their organizations over the next five years. As such, it’s imperative that IT takes all the necessary precautions to ensure a company’s networking hardware and software supports Linux. Heeding this market demand, […]

A recent Bloomberg Businessweek article showed that mobile workers within an organization can actually boost overall corporate productivity. However, retaining security and control of the network, while allowing employees to access it remotely using various mobile devices and operating systems (OS), can be difficult for IT managers and CIOs. Recognizing this challenge, NCP engineering today […]

Organizations tasked with safely connecting their employees to the corporate network are under pressure to not only accommodate various devices, but also offer multi-platform support. In fact, analysts predict  that through 2017, 90% of enterprises will have two or more mobile operating systems to manage! Adding to this pressure is the recent onslaught of Windows […]

In today’s mobile workforce, millions of organizations are put at risk due to faulty or unsecure remote access connections. To rectify their security concerns and overcome the complexities of managing large-scale VPN rollouts, NCP engineering has released a new version of its Secure Enterprise Management (SEM) system. The software provides unparalleled security with the new NCP […]