Accessing your Network Remotely & Privately

Enabling and using Remote Access to Main Office through Private Networks


In modern times, advanced and dependable broadband high-speed internet access is readily available to everyone at a fairly reasonable price. The high-speed cable & DSL internet packages are getting higher bandwidth, more stable, and faster speeds all the time, which improves our whole internet browsing experience but also allows us to work more easily and securely from remote locations. Using VPN ‘Virtual Private Network‘ technology, we can set up secure remote access connections for you and your employees so you can work from anywhere, whether it is from home, a hotel, or a remote branch office in another city or country, all securely with a safe connection.

VPN “Virtual Private Network”

A VPN, “Virtual Private Network,” extends your office, which is a private network, across the internet, which is a public network, and enables users to connect to their office computer or remote servers to send and receive data as if their computing devices were directly connected to the private network. A VPN is created by establishing a virtual point-to-point connection through the use of dedicated connections, virtual tunneling protocols, or traffic encryption. Applications running across the VPN benefit from the functionality, security, and management of the private network.

Remote Desktop

We use Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) through VPNs to allow you to remotely control your office computer or log in to a remote server. This can be accomplished by using either a software-based VPN to connect from home, an airport, a hotel room, or an internet cafe with your laptop or by using a hardware-based VPN, which is a more permanent connection setup from one branch office to another branch office.

Branch Office

If your company has two or more branch offices in different cities or countries, it is usually more stable and efficient to set up a hardware-based VPN, which is a more permanent connection between one or many different branch offices to the central office.

MS Terminal Server

When using that method, we would normally set up a Microsoft Terminal Server in the main office. When using a Microsoft Terminal Server with RDP through a VPN. Depending on the size of your company, you could have hundreds of employees from different locations logged into one central server in the head office. Each user is logged into the terminal server with their own separate user profile and can then run company applications and access all company data and printers in the main office private network.

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