VPN service


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VPN service

A third-party provider that offers end-to-end encryption services for transmitting business data or to allow users to browse the Web anonymously. See virtual private network and anonymous Web browsing.
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VPN Service for Cisco supports site-to-site and hub-and-spoke topologies to extend secure intranet and extranet access to multiple domestic and international locations.
From a deployment perspective, IP VPN services are well established, generally available on a global basis, with traffic engineering capabilities and support systems that have matured to a point where they are more than adequate for most business purposes.
By providing our trusted contractors and partners with a fully managed VPN service that delivers access to the resources they need, UTC has been able to increase the productivity of these individuals while minimizing the risk of unauthorized access to sensitive information and reducing the demands on our help desk," said Robert Hyland, Manager, UTC Network Security.
Sprint's VPN customers in the seven markets already on line can use simple, easy-to-remember seven- and 10-digit dialing patterns on their cellular phones to call domestic locations and, with Sprint's Global VPN service, foreign points as well.
Positive Networks was awarded "Best-in-Class" Managed SSL VPN Service Provider for SMBs by Stratecast Partners and an AlwaysON AO100 selection.
The VPN service also saves callers money through volume discounts based on total company usage.
Positive Networks' PositivePRO(TM) SSL VPN Service Honored by Leading Trade Publication for Ease of Use and Secure Access to Business-Critical Data and Applications from Remote Locations
BT chose MetaSolv's Provisioning 5 due to its ability to rapidly model and implement BT's IP VPN service processes globally," said Simon Hollins who heads up the Vserve team in BT Global Services.
the largest retailer-owned wholesale grocery cooperative in the Western United States, is deploying the Netifice Retail Connect VPN service to support data communications between its member stores.
With these additional points of presence (POPs), CPCNet's MPLS-based IP VPN service is one of the most extensive in the Greater China region, now including 19 POPs.
The strategy enables a wide array of flexible deployment options including router and switch-integrated security and multifunction appliances that offer combined firewall, intrusion detection, and VPN services for organizations of all sizes.
In Asia Pacific, MPLS VPN services accounted for largest share (66.