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Over 300 organizations are using Aventail Connect Mobile to securely and remotely connect their mobile workforce to network resources
October 2, 2006
SEATTLE -- Leading SSL VPN company Aventail today announced that over 300 organizations, including Mitsubishi Electronic Power Products, Trans State Airlines, and Mississippi Department of Corrections, are using Aventail Connect Mobile to securely and remotely connect their mobile workforce to network resources. Connect Mobile is the market’s first SSL VPN designed and certified for Windows Mobile PDAs, providing an “in office” experience for end users connecting to email, client/server applications and other corporate resources. As an add-on to Aventail’s new ST2 SSL VPN, Connect Mobile is part of an integrated solution for all remote access. Aventail ST2 also provides easy-to-use, secure access to any application from desktops and laptops, as well as access to any Web application from any mobile device, including Blackberry, Symbian, Windows Mobile, and DoCoMo devices.
“We have been providing secure remote access to our employees with the Aventail SSL VPN for a while with optimal results. We have now extended these SSL VPN capabilities to our PDA users with Connect Mobile, keeping them as connected and productive as if they were in the office,” said, Michael Doak, Network Operations Manager, Mitsubishi Electronic Power Products, Inc. “Using Connect Mobile for our PDA users is easier, more secure, and more economical than deploying and supporting a separate mobile email solution.” Aventail Corp.
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