Any site either in the UK, or globally can be linked into your network. VPNs allow employees to securely access their company’s intranet while traveling outside the office; your team can be constantly in contact with each other and on top of their work.
Connecting remote offices together is easy with a VPN. Using tried and trusted methods, traffic from one office can be sent securely to another without it being visible to other people on the Internet.
Users of a VPN can access resources such as printers and servers in another office which would have been previously difficult, or impossible to achieve.
A VPN service will also allow your office workers to connect in from home or any other location in the world and work as if they were based in the office. VPN can allow you to have a diversely spread workforce or group of offices working together almost as if they were in the same physical location.
VPNs securely connect geographically separated offices, creating one interconnected network. They can be either remote-access (connecting a computer to a network) or site-to-site (connecting two similar networks). EvoSoft designs scalable VPN networks, with security configurable at each site down to individual protocols and ports, along with secure VPN dial-in access for remote and home workers.
How VPN Works
Software on a computer/ laptop is sufficient for home workers, but a dedicated firewall or router is needed for head office/remote sites. VPNs cannot make online connections anonymous; they can increase privacy and security. To prevent disclosure of private information, VPNs allow only authenticated remote access and make use of encryption techniques and tunnelling protocols.