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The trend of Bring Your Own… Application, Cloud, and Device (BYOA, BYOC and BYOD) has sent many aging technologies to their deathbeds. In spite of this, many companies continue to cling to archaic technologies, such as VPNs.

Did you know that VPNs are still used by a large number of business users to access files remotely? This forces IT teams to struggle with complications caused by VPN connections, and users complain about not being able to access on-premises files and applications while outside of the office. Consequently, instead of waiting on IT to fix the problem, employees have taken things into their own hands and upload critical business documents to unsecured, rogue cloud services without IT’s consent. We looked into this problem last year in our webinar “Death of VPN” and explored what companies are doing to meet their user demands, while maintaining high security and compliance.

Given the popularity of that webinar, we are returning to the topic in an upcoming webinar “VPN Died… Again!” On Thursday, July 24, Egnyte’s CSO and Co-Founder, Kris Lahiri, will discuss the ideal solution that enterprises are deploying to provide remote file access from any device (Windows/OS X or iPhone/Android), thereby reducing total IT spending and improving user productivity.

Don’t miss out! Attend this webinar to learn how to:

  • Provide VPN-less secure access to on-premises files
  • Securely connect any mobile device to files stored in on-premises storage
  • Deploy an enterprise-grade file services platform that users prefer and actually use

Webinar: VPN Died … Again!
Date and Time: Thursday, July 24, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. PDT

Click here for more information and to reserve your space for the webinar!

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Varun Kohli heads product and partner marketing for Egnyte. Over the past 10 years, Varun has held executive positions for marketing, product management and product development at both startups and large companies. He also serves on the advisory board of many startups in the valley. You can follow him on Twitter here: @vk_is. 

 

 

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