Secure remote access

Ensure secure access for your remote, mobile workforce

Dell™ secure remote access solutions offer employees and extranet business partners Secure Sockets Layer virtual private network (SSL VPN) access, delivering two-factor authentication to mission-critical resources from desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets (or other corporate managed or personal devices). Select from a portfolio of scalable solutions designed to support organizations of any size, from small and medium-sized businesses to the largest global enterprises.

Easy, secure mobile access for the enterprise

Easy, secure mobile access for the enterprise

Provide secure mobile and remote SSL VPN access for up to 20,000 concurrent enterprise users from a single appliance. And, control access and authorization to corporate resources from managed or personal devices by checking the user identity and security profile of the endpoint. Restrict VPN access to the set of trusted mobile apps allowed by the administrator and prevent unauthorized apps from accessing VPN resources.

Comprehensive secure mobile and remote access for small to medium-sized businesses

Comprehensive secure mobile and remote access for small to medium-sized businesses

Easily provision secure mobile access and role-based privileges so end-users get fast, simple SSL-VPN access to the business applications, data and resources they need to be productive without compromising security. Context-aware authentication grants access only to trusted devices and authorized users. Enable one click mobile access to allowed intranet files and securely store files on mobile devices.

Secure affordable two-factor authentication for remote access

Secure affordable two-factor authentication for remote access

Ensure users are who they say they are by requiring a second factor to authenticate and gain access to corporate resources from remote locations. Using the scalability and security of Active Directory for identity storage and management, Defender eliminates the costs and time involved deploying traditional two-factor authentication solutions.