In our increasingly mobile world, employees need a fast, secure, reliable way to connect to their company’s networks and applications – from anywhere in the world and from any type of device. In “the old days,” remote access technology required user licenses, which was costly. The technology also needed to be configured for every laptop and every user, which was complex.

Today’s SSL virtual private network (VPN) technology provides an easier way to deliver remote mobile access securely from a private network over a public network – the Internet. With a URL, a username, and a password, employees around the world use SSL VPNs to stay connected to your office and the information that they need.

iCorps leverages its deep expertise across multiple disciplines to design and implement a range of best-of-breed VPN solutions – and provides secure remote access solutions for distributed organizations of all sizes.

Locking it Down

As a remote path into your network, VPNs can pose risk if not designed and implemented properly. iCorps’ technical consultants are experts in the disciplines of securitymobility, compliance, and remote access. That expertise, combined with our 17 years of IT experience, positions iCorps well for implementing a VPN solution that delivers secure connections and protects your users, your networks, and your information.

With a wide variety of VPN products and types available – including SSL, site-to-site, remote, high availability, and bonded – iCorps can design and implement the VPN solution that meets your remote access needs.

Making Connections

The ease-of-use and ease-of-management of today’s VPNs are tremendous benefits for users and IT alike. For businesses, VPN access translates directly to maintaining worker productivity. iCorps’ VPN solutions integrate seamlessly into your existing IT infrastructure to connect:

  • offices over the cloud
  • remote workers securely into your network systems
  • cross-platform devices – including Mac, PC, and mobile devices such as smart phones and iPads

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