Business travelers should fly under the radar
Thanks to the constant availability of today’s mobile network coverage and public Wi-Fi hotspots, we tend to take connectivity for granted. Our smartphones and mobile devices are with us wherever we…
Open Haus: Friendly Net Detection
The prevalence of remote work has climbed steadily over the last decade thanks to advances in technology and attitudes towards the practice. According to Global Workplace Analytics, teleworking has…
Remote Workers Demand VPNs
With more companies going global, and more employees spread across multiple geographic locations, the demand for remote access technologies has never been greater. The good news is that telecommuting…
Vehicle VPNs, Part Two: Business World Implications
In recent years, remote access security has become a major focus of IT departments in businesses small and large. The rapid growth in the use of smartphones and tablet computers, the…
Expert Q&A: Establishing a Secure Data Center and Cloud with Remote Access
*Editor’s Note: This is Part One of an article that originally appeared in The Data Center Journal’s Industry Perspective Column
VPNs and Remote Working Programs Boost Employee Morale, Productivity
There has been a lot of attention paid to remote working policies as of late, most notably with regard to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s declaration that the company’s employees are no longer to work from…
March Feature of the Month: Seamless VPN Roaming
Our Feature of the Month series is back with a new installment: seamless VPN roaming. This ties directly into February’s highlighted feature, integrated support of 3G/LTE cards.
Expert Q&A: Preventing Mobile Hacking: Must You Take Precautions?
*Editor’s Note: This column originally appeared in TechTarget’s SearchNetworking.com
February Feature of the Month: Integrated Support for 3G / LTE Cards, Part Two
This is Part Two of our February Feature of the Month series. Last week, we honored the all-new Access Point Name (APN) feature in NCP’s entry and enterprise IPsec VPN clients.
Hotel VPNs: When the firewall strikes back, Part One
Not so long ago, business travelers could only access the Internet through a telephone line and a notebook modem in a hotel. Today, Internet access has become not only ubiquitous, but also fast and…