VPN Offers Secure LAN Connection

VPN offers businesses a secure way of connecting to a private Local Area Network.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Aug 1, 2011
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A money-saving option for businesses, suggests Dunstable Today, is paying for someone else to store company data.

VPN offers businesses a secure way of connecting to a private Local Area Network at a remote location, using the net or any unsecure public network to transport the network data packets. They can also allow users to bypass regional internet restrictions such as firewalls and reduce network costs by avoiding physical leased lines that individually connect remote offices or users to a private internal network.


"Industry watchers are forecasting that an increasing number of companies are opting out of owning their own IT assets, preferring to concentrate on their core businesses instead of having to devote in-house resources directly to backup, data replication and purchasing additional storage devices.”

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