Remote Connectivity Drives SSL VPNs

November 2004
Business Communications Review;Nov2004, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p6
Trade Publication
The article discusses the finding from Yankee Group Inc., which noted that IPSec remains the dominant remote access protocol. Among enterprises that adopt SSL VPNs, more than twice as many are doing so to extend remote connectivity than are using SSL to replace IPSec as a VPN technology. David Parks, senior analyst at Yankee Group said that enterprises are expanding and migrating their networks to meet the growing demand for remote access with their branch offices, remote and mobile users, and business partners. Network managers are searching for flexible and scalable solutions that enable greater mobility, increased security, higher bandwidth and better performance.


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