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Secure Remote Access Tools and Techniques

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Secure Remote Access your Users will Love

Most of today’s remote access strategies, being created and executed by the IT team, focus on the IT department’s priorities. However, user acceptance, via a satisfactory experience and reliable access to apps and data, is often the true success-metric of a remote access plan.

This whitepaper looks at a set of secure-by-design remote access solutions dedicated to delivering a user-centric experience and making it simple for users to work any way they choose. Read on to learn how these solutions can help you achieve:

  • A secure-by-design architecture for desktop and app virtualization
  • User independence in device form factor and operating system
  • A consistent remote access method over any network
  • And more.

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