Remote access is when users can access their applications from any remote location, either via a dedicated line or the internet. If the internet is used, security is provided by methods such as traditional VPNs (virtual private networks) or SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) VPNs in combination with two-factor authentication (2FA) and data encryption.
All organizations need to grant users secure remote access to digital resources, and this need is increasing as the workforce gets more mobile and as customers and citizens demand more e-services.
A range of solutions
Remote access can be provided to web applications, cloud applications and traditional client-server applications such as remote desktops. Different users have different needs, and Nexus offers a range of solutions to fulfill those needs when the connection is made via the internet.