The myth of clientless VPNs

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Providing remote access to business critical applications and information is no longer optional – it’s a ‘must have’ for today’s extended enterprise. Employees are more mobile, telecommuting continues to escalate, and partners play an increasingly important role in business processes. More so than ever before, companies require secure, anywhere access to internal applications, real-time information distribution and interactive collaboration.

To provide remote access to employees and business partners, companies most often choose between two primary types of VPN solutions – IPSec and SSL. IPSec is the original VPN with a well-established market of $2 billion in revenues for 20031. In the same timeframe, SSL VPN revenues were less ...

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