Eliminating VPNs for Remote Work
The urgent increase in remote work has led to a situation where millions of people are working from home on their personal devices. In these instances, the use of VPNs simply provides a secure link between people’s personal devices – which are not corporate-managed and could be infected with malware – and the corporate network. In addition to this security concern, VPNs have a negative impact on the user experience that reduces productivity. Cameyo NoVPN enables you to provide your people with access to all of the Windows AND web apps they need to be productive while removing the security and user experience concerns of VPNs.
Think VDI or VPNs are Your Only Options for Remote Work? Think Again!
VDI and VPNs have significant cost, complexity, and security issues – yet many organizations believe these are their only options. We provide an in-depth analysis on our blog highlighting the downsides associated with each technology, and why Virtual Application Delivery could be a better option for you.
Cameyo NoVPN separates remote workers’ personal devices from the corporate network, giving them access to the applications they need & eliminating the risk of devices infecting the network.
Cameyo NoVPN vs. VPNs
What is Cameyo NoVPN?
Cameyo NoVPN empowers organizations to give all of their remote workers secure access to internally-hosted web apps without requiring a VPN. This enables organizations to give remote workers secure access to Windows desktop and Intranet web apps from behind the corporate firewall without the cost and user-experience compromise of VPNs so that people can access business-critical applications from anywhere in the world just as productively as if they were in the office.
How does Cameyo NoVPN work?
Cameyo NoVPN simply gives remote workers access to a browser behind the firewall, so they can easily access their company’s internally-hosted web apps via Chrome or any HTML5 browser, but with the added security of accessing those from behind the corporate firewall. NoVPN utilizes Cameyo’s Self-Hosted service, which can be installed in minutes on any Windows Server 2016 or 2019 without extra components or prerequisites. Once installed, the IT admin simply generates a NoVPN URL from their new server’s page in Cameyo’s cloud portal. Remote workers can then access the company’s web from this URL (or set a shortcut on their desktop), just as they would if they were within the corporate network. The result is a seamless user experience without connectivity or network performance issues which are common to VPNs.
Why are VPNs a security issue?
The urgent increase in remote work has led to a situation where millions of people are working from home on their personal devices. In these instances, the use of VPNs simply provides a secure link between people’s personal devices – which are not corporate-managed and could be infected with malware – and the corporate network. Introducing even one person’s infected personal computer to the corporate network could end up infecting everything attached to the network. So creating a secure link between people’s homes and the corporate network actually introduces new security concerns during this massive increase in remote work when people are using personal devices that may be infected. See our blog post here: https://blog.cameyo.com/why-vpns-are-not-the-solution-for-remote-work
How much does Cameyo NoVPN cost?
Cameyo NoVPN is available immediately and is included in the platform’s monthly subscription fees. Cameyo NoVPN utilizes the Cameyo Self-Hosted service, enabling organizations to deliver web apps from behind their own firewall. For more information about pricing, please see https://cameyo.com/pricing/
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