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Secure connectivity – Whenever. Wherever.
Working from home, in a café, in a meeting room or hotel—with Aruba Remote solutions, you can do so easily and securely.
Working from home has become the new normal for many people and it’s important that the infrastructure can live up to what is expected of it. The majority of households these days have good internet connections, so at least that doesn’t pose a problem, but how can you be sure the connection to the enterprise network is securely.
Aruba keeps you mobile with a range of solutions.
Remote Access Points.
With the Aruba Remote Access Point solutions, your enterprise network is accessible no matter where in the world you are—at home, in a hotel or a meeting room. Employees have access to all services and tools approved for their use, based on defined guidelines and can even connect up printers and telephones. You don't even have to worry about a VPN connection from the client—the Access Point takes care of it all. They can also be quickly integrated into existing controller-based solutions. No DSL internet connection? No problem. Plug a USB-LTE stick into the Access Point and you have a backup connection. Alongside special Remote Access Points (RAP) with 2 or 3 dedicated LAN ports for additional end devices (optionally with PoE), all other Aruba Access Points can be configured as RAP meaning you can use the devices you already have if needs be.
Virtual Intranet Access (VIA) Client.
A VIA client is an easy-to-implement software VPN client that enables a secure network connection to be built between your end devices and enterprise resources. By using the same authentication methods as in your corporate network, dynamic applications, access guidelines and role-based access to data can be implemented, and it doesn’t matter if you communicate wirelessly or through a wired connection. It’s only important that VPNs are supported and not blocked in the infrastructure.
Cloud-based networking and centralised management.
The benefits of cloud-based networking are clear. By leveraging centralised management, wired networks, WLAN and SD-WAN environments can easily be operated and flexibly adapted to your changing needs, and potential network and device issues can be quickly identified and resolved—all from a user interface in the cloud.