Remote Access Servers,
Remote Access Concentrators DEFINITION: Remote access servers consist of the computer and associated software that users access to network remotely. Sometimes they are called communication servers. Remote access servers usually include or are associated with firewall servers to ensure security and routers that are able to forward the remote access request to other parts of the corporate network.
Read this paper to learn how deploying routed WAN solutions for borderless networks enables your business to support mobile workers and branch offices therefore contributing to increased productivity and performance across the enterprise.
Deployment needs are flexible, so why aren’t server I/Os? Physically re-configuring traditional I/O requires complex and time-consuming resource re-mapping that simply is not practical in a swiftly moving business world. This brief white paper lays out the immediate benefits of server virtualization from performance to cost and beyond.
Historically, organizations have used IPSec VPN solutions to provide employees with remote access to network resources; an expensive, complicated deployment for a handful of users. This paper details how this process has modernized.
This paper addresses the greatest environmental threats to the functionality of small to medium computer rooms and presents the time and cost savings associated with the integration of a remote monitoring system.
IPSec or SSL VPN: Which is right for your business? This paper compares these two technologies in terms of access control for unmanaged end points, support for a full range of applications, end user ease-of-use, and more.
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