Join the BYOT Bandwagon without Compromising on Security

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Published on April 14, 2014

Author: ArrayNetworks

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Today the workforce has become increasingly mobile and hence more and more enterprises are embracing the concept of bring your own device (BYOD), which allows employees to use their personal devices to connect to the corporate network.

Join the BYOT Bandwagon without Compromising on Security Today the workforce has become increasingly mobile and hence more and more enterprises are embracing the concept of bring your own device (BYOD), which allows employees to use their personal devices to connect to the corporate network. BYOD is also referred to as bring your own technology (BYOT), bring your own phone (BYOP), bring your own computer (BYOC) and bring your own PC (BYOPC). In today’s competitive business environment, employee productivity is of paramount importance to ensure that the companies achieve business growth in order to stay at the top. In such a scenario, to swim against the tide can have disastrous impact on company’s fortunes. Therefore, instead of insisting employees to use company owned devices, companies should go with the flow by allowing employees to use their personal devices for accessing the company network. Though the BYOD concept has helped enterprises to cut down infrastructure costs, it brings into the forefront the greatest challenge of securing and managing the different kinds of devices that access company network. With cyber-attacks being rampant, the popularity of the BYOD concept makes it easy for the cyber criminals to find loopholes and get away with critical company information. In such a scenario, the need of the hour is a solution that allows anytime anywhere secure access to corporate network from any device. Remote desktop technology is one such solution that enables workers to access physical and virtual office desktops from any remote location — whether they are at their home office, a customer or partner site or on a Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad or Android device. It leverages proven and scalable remote desktop technologies to deliver the most secure and cost-effective solution for enabling tablet access and bring your own device strategies, increasing employee productivity and mitigating the effects of business continuity events. Given below are some of the technical specifications of remote desktop technologies. * Hardware appliances supporting up to 4.5 Gbps throughput, 128,000 concurrent users and 500,000 user profiles for maintaining security and driving productivity at scale. * Virtual appliances with non-disruptive upgrades up to 10,000 concurrent users and up to 500Mbps throughput. * 256 secure access portals, customizable to the security and usability preferences of multiple tenants and communities of interest. * High-performance 2048-bit SSL encryption. * Supports a range of AAA and dual-factor authentication schemes. With device-based identification, host-checking, cache cleaning and adaptive policies being some of the end point security being used by remote desktop technologies for ensuring secure access, companies can join the BYOD bandwagon without compromising security or the end-user experience.

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