Work from Home (VPN)

With the need for teleworking increasing dramatically, use VPN (Virtual Private Network) for the security of your business at both physical and network level.

Virtual Private Network

VPN stands for "Virtual Private Network" and describes the creation of a secure network connection when using public networks. The VPN encrypts your Internet connection and masks your electronic identity. This makes it difficult for third parties to track your activities and spy on you. Encryption is done in real time. A VPN hides your IP address by letting the network redirect it through a specially configured remote server operated by a VPN host. This means that if you connect to the Internet through a VPN, the VPN server becomes the source of your data. A VPN works like a filter that encrypts all your data. Even if someone managed to get your data in their hands, it would be useless.
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  • Use of Privacy: Musk your IP address, location, and search history to avoid being tracked by websites, browsers, or Internet Service Providers (ISPs).
  • Increased Security: Helps protect your personal information and other data when it is transmitted or sent and received by your device.
  • Point Interconnection: Securely connect two or more remote networks and allow users of those networks to access each other's resources.
  • Central Management: By having usage policies in our central management we can very quickly create new users or even change permissions in user groups for each point of the network or its resources.
  • VoIP security: You can connect remote users of your PBX securely without the risk of interception if you have a VoIP PBX within your company premises.