The global pandemic now affecting businesses worldwide forces millions of people to work from home. The need for secure, remote access services is stressing out IT departments.
Secure Remote Access Services
Thankfully, between broadband Internet access at home, corporate virtual private networks (VPNs), and videoconferencing services, many people can continue to do their jobs as effectively as if they were still in their regular office environment.
However, that still presents challenges for the IT departments that must enable and support those work-from-home services. Depending on your company’s network architecture, you may face a significant challenge in supporting many employees suddenly working from home.
You never know when the need will arise for team members to access their company email urgently, connect to the company intranet, or access other critical company assets from a remote location to do their job.
But how do you do this straightforwardly, securely, and cost-effectively?
Depending on the particulars of your business model and network architecture, the current ramp-up of remote access for workers is likely not a long-term strategy for you. 90% of your workforce may work remotely today, but only 30% regularly. You may have seasonal needs to add more remote access capacity, but don’t want to put out the capital expense of purchasing hardware and infrastructure for the “high-water” mark.
In today’s economy, shared-service offerings are the order of the day. The “use only what you need for a fraction of the cost” model has become ubiquitous in our time.
VPN-as-a-Service can help you dynamically meet your changing remote access requirements throughout the year and be prepared for unplanned situations that might impact operations.
How Does VPN-as-a-Service Work?
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AISN will work with you to assess your current business needs and requirements and apply our industry experience and expertise to determine how VPN-as-a-Service can help you enable your workers and your business, from wherever they may be.