AT&T Network-based IP VPN Remote Access (ANIRA) offers remote users and traveling users access to corporate information & productivity applications on the fly, whether away from or within the office.
This white paper explains the differences between the VPN technologies and provides criteria for deciding whether you should replace your IPSec VPN with SSL VPN. It also presents a step-by-step, practical approach to implementing your replacement.
AT&T's virtual tunneling service (AVTS) offers reliable connectivity over different access methods, including simultaneous access to the Internet with user-friendly client software that provides seamless access to your enterprise applications.
Learn how to select the right application delivery infrastructure to provide secure remote access. Discover the 7 key requirements for remote access and the right questions to ask vendors during the selection process.
Network-based IP VPN and Ethernet WAN services are two of the most popular WAN connectivity options for enterprises and medium-sized businesses. Learn if one or the other – or both – is best for your enterprise.
Currently over 600 Orange Business Services customers use their VPNs to transport voice and data. Some use a do-it-yourself model; others use a fully managed model. If you're looking for value, the fully managed approach is the less costly and higher quality alternative. Read this paper to find more details about pros and cons of each choice.
This exclusive case study discusses how a global recruitment firm was able to use a VPN solution to provide branch offices and mobile workers with reliable and high-performing network resources, allowing them to stay connected, productive, and efficient.
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