MVI Hosting can accommodate virtually any type of IT infrastructure. For companies who need to have a dedicated virtual private network established between them and their servers, MVI Hosting can provide the right solution.
The need for security and privacy has become paramount in this digital age. That need is only outweighed by the need to have information available any time. For businesses that rely on their data to be highly available and secured just for them, a Virtual Private Network (VPN) is the ideal solution. MVI Hosting can configure your VPN to work with your existing IT infrastructure. Our team of technology consultants will work with you to plan and deploy the best solution possible. Whether it is hardware or software based, your VPN solution will be customized to meet your businesses needs.
If you’ve ever had to connect to a corporate network while working remotely, you may already be familiar with the technology. In the simplest terms, a VPN creates a secure, encrypted connection between your computer and the VPN’s server. This tunnel makes you part of the company’s network as if you are physically sitting in the office, hence the name. While connected to the VPN, all your network traffic passes through this protected tunnel, and no one in between can see what you are up to. A consumer VPN service does the same thing, but extends that protection to the public.
Think about everything you do via the Web today, all the personal data you share, all the banking you do, the medical information you send and receive, and all the shopping you do. Consider, too, that even when we’re not actively surfing the Web, our phones, tablets, and computers are constantly talking over the Internet in the background, downloading emails, receiving push notifications, and so on. All of that traffic—the websites we visit, the links we click, and passwords we enter—is gold for hackers, advertisers, and government surveillance organizations. But with a virtual private network, or VPN, you can take back some control over who can watch you online. If you often use public Wi-Fi networks, it’s an essential tool.