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Have you found the right remote access solution during the pandemic? While many organizations and businesses have opted for a simple VPN, it’s important to consider your options — Remote Desktops may be the best solution to your remote access needs.
Although you may be able to bring your staff fully into the office soon, or have already done so in some capacity, it’s important not to forget all the hard lessons learned during this pandemic so far.
After more than a year of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s likely that your organization or business has gotten into a rhythm with remote work — but if you’re not satisfied with your current remote access solution, it is best to find the right solution and optimize your processes.
While you may have been using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) for remote access so far, that doesn’t mean there isn’t a superior alternative for you to consider. GO Concepts recommends Remote Desktop Services for all our clients because it offers a greater level of control, and more capabilities than your standard VPN.
A VPN creates a secure tunnel for your data to transit the Internet, using a network of private servers.
When you use a VPN, your data is encrypted, or hidden, as it moves from your device to the VPN and then continues onto the Internet through what’s called an exit node. A VPN creates the appearance that your data is coming from the VPN server, not from your device.
Therefore, it’s harder for an attacker to identify you as the source of the data. Even if attackers can intercept your data, the encryption means the attackers can’t understand your data or use it to their advantage.
When you put your data out to the VPN server, it exits back out to the public internet. If the site you’re visiting has HTTPS to keep the connection safe, you are still secure.
Remote Desktop Services give you access to and control over a given computer from any configured device in any location.
Sometimes referred to as “Screen Sharing”, Remote Desktops give remote workers the capability to essentially use their in-office work computer while at home or on the go. Users can launch applications, access files that are stored “locally” on that device, and everything else they would be able to do in the office.
This solution provides a range of benefits for remote and conventional organizations and businesses alike:
Are Remote Desktops right for your organization?
We can’t answer that question for you — all we know is that if your business is operating remotely right now, you need a way to access work data. If you don’t have an ideal solution in place, your business may be falling behind.
Using new technologies and managing a team of remote staff members isn’t easy. We want you to know that you don’t have to do it alone — our team is here to help.
If you’re interested in trying out Remote Desktops for your organization, get in touch with our team to discover more about how they work and what they have to offer your organization.