Today, more than ever before, it’s so important to make information available to both internal and external users. That’s why, whether your priorities are increased productivity, more flexible working arrangements for your people, or improved communication links with your suppliers, business partners and customers, remote access is paramount.
For some companies, providing secure remote access to so many from a multitude of devices to a broad range of corporate resources is a gargantuan task. So you’ll be happy to know that we manage our SSL VPN. A relaxing thought indeed.
And whatever life throws at your business, by way of disaster or sudden disruption, our SSL VPN solution can support rapid relocation of your people to remote locations, to make sure your business doesn’t miss a beat.
- Our supremely secure remote access service, coupled with Managed Authentication plus a variety of Access solutions.
- Robust security - SSL VPN solutions support a wealth of advanced security capabilities, including: host integrity checking; granular definition and enforcement of access policies; control over specific end user functions such as copy, print and save; and extremely detailed logging/auditing of user activities.
- We offer a managed solution that will oversee the provisioning of your services and include the ongoing management and maintenance of the service in life.
Here's how it works
Provided using acclaimed technology from Juniper Networks, our SSL VPN provides secure end user access to your head office. We’ll supply, configure and install a Secure Access (SA) device, which will typically be located at your head office or data centre. Your end user will then use their internet browser to establish a secure SSL connection to this device. Then, after successful authentication, they’ll be provided with access to the necessary applications.
SSL VPN uses the SSL protocol found in all standard internet browsers, meaning that you won’t need additional client software (and the costs involved in maintaining it). And because almost all end user devices have a browser installed as standard, access can be provided from a multitude of locations and for a wide range of devices.
SSL offers flexible access control to let you fine-tune the service for different audiences, from roaming or mobile workers to external users coming from unmanaged endpoints. This reduces the risks that providing access to corporate resources from an untrusted device or network could present.