Server & VPN solutions
Do you need a new Server Deployed and Setup with Active Directory & Group Policy?
There are so many different types of Servers & Virtual Private Network "VPN" Solutions available right now, how do you know which one is right for you?
This is where BeSecure Networks steps in. We go over your current technology to see if you currently have what is needed without any additional hardware costs. This is not always the case and sometimes new hardware is needed for redundant backup, etc.
Unlike other companies, we do not charge you for the monitoring of your equipment. When an alert arrives we take immediate action to correct the issue. There is no need to pay us to wait for any such email to arrive.
We also provide immediate service of your servers and computers remotely with software that we install at no cost to you as well.
Active Directory which lets your employees all log-on to your Server, each employees data and folders you specify will also be saved to your server and backed-up with at least 2 hard drives (mirrored) in a Raid Solution. Redirected Folders and Group Policy for permissions will be discussed during our initial free on-site evaluation.
We will go over your best options and show you the pros/cons of why one technology may be better suited based on your provided feedback. If you already have equipment in place we can go over each feature/benefit to ensure we are maximizing business potential.
E-mail with Microsoft Exchange and Outlook or Google Apps with Outlook Sync. File, Print, Application, Network Attached Storage. No matter what type of setup you may need, we guarantee that we can save you money, time, and provide a better overall user experience for you and your employees.
Security is very important at BeSecure Networks and we make sure it is our top priority for your data, network and in everything that we do.
Cost Savings with VPN
Secure VPN Solutions
At BeSecure Networks, we use existing technology when possible to keep expenses low.
Virtual Private Network (VPN) technology included in Windows Server 2003 helps enable cost-effective, secure remote access to private networks. This VPN solution allows administrators to take advantage of the Internet to help provide the functionality and security of private WAN connections at a lower cost. In Windows Server 2003, VPN is enabled using the Routing and Remote Access service. VPN is part of a comprehensive network access solution that includes support for authentication and authorization services, and advanced network security technologies.
- SonicWALL - Secure Remote Access (SRA) SSL VPN - Best in Class for Security
SSL VPN access to mission-critical resources from virtually any endpoint—including desktops, laptops, PDAs and smartphones. SonicWALL provides a wide range of scalable remote access solutions that fit organizations of every size, from small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to the largest global enterprise.
Dial-up or leased line connections
There are two main strategies that help provide secure connectivity between private networks and enabling network access for remote users.
A dial-up or leased line connection creates a physical connection to a port on a remote access server on a private network. However, using dial-up or leased lines to provide network access is expensive when compared to the cost of providing network access using a VPN connection.
types of VPN connections
VPN connections use either Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) or Layer Two Tunneling Protocol/Internet Protocol security (L2TP/IPSec) over an intermediate network, such as the Internet. By using the Internet as a connection medium, VPN saves the cost of long-distance phone service and hardware costs associated with using dial-up or leased line connections. A VPN solution includes advanced security technologies such as data encryption, authentication, authorization, and Network Access Quarantine Control.
Remote access VPN connections enable users working at home or on the road to access a server on a private network using the infrastructure provided by a public network, such as the Internet. From the user's perspective, the VPN is a point-to-point connection between the computer (the VPN client) and an organization's server. The exact infrastructure of the shared or public network is irrelevant because it appears logically as if the data is sent over a dedicated private link.
Site-to-site VPN connections (also known as router-to-router VPN connections) enable organizations to have routed connections between separate offices or with other organizations over a public network while helping to maintain secure communications. A routed VPN connection across the Internet logically operates as a dedicated WAN link. When networks are connected over the Internet, (click on the images to the right for two examples), a router forwards packets to another router across a VPN connection. To the routers, the VPN connection operates as a data-link layer link