January 7, 2015

Augmented VPN

 
Comparing an augmented virtual private network (VPN) to a traditional VPN is similar to comparing a GPS navigator to a simple road map. During the early phase of globalization, it was enough for a company to be able to connect its offices and production sites with a simple VPN or point-to-point dedicated circuit. However, the situation has changed dramatically since those days. This white paper identifies three problems with a traditional VPN, offering three solutions exemplified with case studies.

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