How to Consolidate Remote Infrastructure Access
Many organizations use separate tools to provide remote users with access to internal devices. While internal users might log in using IPSEC Remote Access VPN solutions, third parties or internal users on BYOD devices might use proxies and SSL VPN solutions. If organizations want to allow mobile access, they have to deploy yet another layer of access infrastructure.
Heterogeneous remote access infrastructures pose significant challenges, including very limited scalability and agility, high levels of administrative overhead, end user confusion, and of course, security issues. Visibility into this type of setup is quite limited, and it’s extremely difficult to enforce security policies uniformly and company-wide.
Keeper Connection Manager works with nearly any device, and granular access controls enable IT administrators to provide end users with just the right level of access, from a single application to the entire network. There are no endpoint clients to install, configure, or maintain. Desktop images can be easily standardized, and updates to desktops and applications can be automated.