If your company has many sites and you would like to have them linked together then give us a call. We specialize in making this happen easily and affordably using VPN's accross our wireless network.
A VPN client can make use of a public IP network, such as the Internet, to create a virtual connection with a remote access portal. When a virtual connection is established, the ‘link’ can be used as if it was a wired connection to the office. VPN’s are engineered to provide secure communications over a non-inherently secure infrastructure.
From an end-user’s perspective, the VPN connection is a direct link between his or her computer and a corporate network, or subset of. The nature of the intermediate Internet work is irrelevant to the user because it appears as if the data is being sent over a dedicated private link.
Not only does VPN target telecommuting - VPN technology also allows a corporation to connect to branch offices or to other companies. A VPN connection across the Internet can logically operate as a wide area network (WAN) link between sites – without the need for dedicated leased lines. VPN’s can potentially make expensive WAN links unnecessary.