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HOB oferece acesso remoto abrangente, flexível, rentável e seguro com o HOB RD VPN

A HOB, líder de mercado em soluções únicas de acesso remoto baseado em software, fornece acesso seguro a desktops remotos, infraestruturas virtuais de desktop, sistemas antigos, dados ou redes existentes a partir de qualquer dispositivo, no mundo inteiro, graças ao HOB RD VPN. As empresas com forças de trabalho globais móveis, virtual e em nuvem de hoje exigem soluções de acesso remoto com base na Web flexíveis e fáceis de usar, que sejam acessíveis e permitam usar a infraestrutura de hardware existente. O HOB RD VPN oferece uma solução abrangente e personalizada que preenche as necessidades de todas as empresas.

Altamente flexível

Com seus recursos multiusuários, o HOB RD VPN é uma solução ideal para as empresas que precisam conectar vários usuários, como seus funcionários, sócios, clientes e fornecedores, com as informações que eles precisam. As empresas podem fazer a instalação de forma centralizada e configurar personalizadamente de acordo com os requisitos e mudanças das demandas na infraestrutura de TI, permitindo um controle completo de todo o acesso externo às suas redes corporativas.

Altamente escalonável

O HOB RD VPN é altamente escalonável e compatível com muitas plataformas diferentes. O acesso remoto pode ser alcançado através de qualquer dispositivo, incluindo PCs, notebooks ou tablets. É compatível com todos os sistemas operativos, incluindo Microsoft Windows, Apple MAC OS X e Linux. Quando os usuários quiserem acessar a rede corporativa, eles somente precisarão de um navegador na Internet compatível com Java. Não é necessário nenhum tipo de instalação ou direitos de administrador por parte do cliente. Além disso, todo os dados e aplicativos em um Terminal Server do Windows, sistemas Windows virtualizados, servidores Unix/Linux, hosts tradicionais e computadores pessoais podem ser acessados através do HOB RD VPN.

A HOB está oferecendo agora quatro versões criadas para preencher as necessidades das empresas:

HOB RD VPN NetAccess

Acesso rápido e fácil à rede sem nenhuma instalação de softwares ou drivers no dispositivo cliente.

HOB RD VPN green edition

Uma versão menor para funcionalidades SSL clássicas com acesso a serviços na Web, sistemas de arquivos e à rede corporativa.

HOB RD VPN red edition

Solução universal para um suporte integral ao acesso remoto com acesso a desktops remotos, dados, serviços na Web e rede corporativa.

HOB RD VPN blue edition

Solução abrangente de acesso remoto protegido com comunicação VoIP segura, assim como acesso a serviços de desktop remoto, serviços na Web, sistemas de arquivos e rede corporativa.

O CEO da HOB, Klaus Brandstätter, disse, “A implantação de um acesso simples e seguro aos dados corporativos é um desafio constante para empresas no mundo inteiro, e a demanda desses serviços somente tende a crescer. O HOB RD VPN fornece uma solução segura e flexível que não exige grandes investimentos de capital ou reforma da infraestrutura de TI. Com edições múltiplas, a solução satisfaz as exigências específicas das empresas, proporcionando-lhes a liberdade de criar um sistema personalizado de acordo com seus próprios requisitos.”

Sobre a HOB, Inc.

A HOB, Inc. é uma empresa privada subsidiária da HOB GmbH & Co. KG, sediada em Cadolzburg, na Alemanha. A HOB GmbH & Co. KG é uma empresa alemã de software de médio porte que desenvolve e comercializa soluções de acesso remoto inovadoras e várias vezes premiada no mundo inteiro. Um terço dos maiores provedores de serviços financeiros usa software HOB atualmente.

Para mais informações, acesse o site: http://www.hob.mx e no Twitter em www.twitter.com/HOBsoft.

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