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​Securing the mobile enterprise means thinking outside the VPN box

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As employees access clouds and apps untethered to corporate networks, managers must create new security architectures.

By 2020 mobile workers will account for nearly three-quarters (72.3%) of the US workforce, according to technology research and consulting firm, IDC.

This trend is good for business. It enables employees in sales and service to position themselves closer to their customer bases. It enables software developers to work from home. And it enables companies to deploy IoT at remote plants and in the field in order to monitor operations.

However, facilitating mobile computing also presents security challenges for network managers who have historically relied on virtual private networks (VPN) to secure user access to internal enterprise IT resources.

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When a VPN isn't enough

Not long ago it was sufficient to meet corporate security and external audit requirements by implementing a VPN...(continued)

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