Using only a Web browser and its native SSL encryption, SSL VPNs provide remote access-without the requirement of preinstalled VPN client software-to network resources from almost any Internet-enabled location. WebVPN support on the Cisco ASA 5500 Series provides easy access to a broad range of enterprise applications, including Web resources, Web-enabled applications, NT/Active Directory file shares (Web-enabled), e-mail, and other TCP-based applications such as Telnet or Windows Terminal Services from any computer connected to the Internet that can reach HTTP(S) Internet sites. WebVPN uses SSL and its successor, Transport Layer Security (TLS) to provide a secure connection between remote users and specific, supported internal resources at a central site. Using WebVPN for secure connectivity allows accessibility from almost any system without needing to install additional desktop software
When we said the word “hybrid” in the past, it usually recalled the image of a new variety of plant or maybe an electric car. These days, it applies to the workplace too.
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