Posted by: Tessa Parmenter
enterprise mobility, network access, Security, VPN, WAN, wide area networks
As bring your own device (BYOD) policies proliferate in enterprises everywhere, security and remote access problems follow suit. Network engineers and architects have to ask not only whether employees should get a desktop or laptop, but what type of network and system remote workers are using to connect to the VPN, news writer Gina Narcisi reports. If finding a VPN solution wasn’t difficult enough, now IT must learn how to get the right VPN clients to the right devices.
Choosing the right VPN has never been easy, but Firewall.cx author Chris Partsenidis offers this tip series to help ailing network pros narrow down VPN solutions that are both secure and affordable:
- Part 1: Finding a VPN/firewall solution for your enterprise
- Part 2: Choosing between hardware vs. software VPNs
- Part 3: Calculating the cost of VPN links
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