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Bomgar Offers Azure Deployment for Secure Access Solutions

Deploys its virtual Remote Support and Privileged Access appliances in Microsoft Azure environments.

Atlanta, GA – Bomgar, a leader in secure access solutions, today announced the ability to deploy its virtual Remote Support and Privileged Access appliances in Microsoft Azure environments. As more organizations move data and applications to the cloud, they can also migrate their Bomgar solutions without sacrificing security. Bomgar offers more deployment options than any other remote access vendor, including on-premises physical and virtual appliances, Software as a Service (SaaS), and now deploying Bomgar within their private Azure cloud environment—utilizing the trusted security measures already in place by their organization. Using Bomgar, security and support professionals can securely access nearly any remote system, running any platform, located anywhere in the world.

“This Azure deployment option is an extension to Bomgar’s platform offerings for virtual appliances,” said Jason Jones, product manager, Bomgar. “Providing choice to customers has always been a priority to Bomgar because most companies are not one-size-fits-all when it comes to their environments. Customers moving their infrastructure to Microsoft Azure can now include their Bomgar deployments in that environment.”

Using Bomgar Remote Support or Privileged Access, organizations can comply with remote access policies and regulations by ensuring the security of access to critical assets and sensitive data. Regardless of deployment type, every session generates detailed audit logs and video recordings to help you meet your organizations security standards.  

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