Branch office connectivity, SDWAN and remote access

Branch office interconnection and remote access are crucial IT concepts, involving linking branch offices and facilitating remote access to network resources and services.

Connecting branches

Branch interconnecting refers to the creation of a network that allows different branches or departments of an organisation to communicate and share resources and data. Branch interconnection can be implemented using a variety of technologies, including private networks (MPLS), virtual private networks (VPNs), shared Internet connections, and others. These branch office interconnections enable organizations to centrally access information and share resources across different geographic locations.

Remote access

Remote access refers to the ability of employees, users or partners to access network resources and applications from anywhere outside the office environment. Remote access can be provided using various technologies such as virtual private networks (VPNs), ZTNA and others. This access is increasingly important in the context of the modern work environment, where many people work remotely or from different locations.


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