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Secure Remote Access Administration for Large Numbers of Users

NCP Engineering : 19 February, 2010  (New Product)
NCP Engineering's Secure Enterprise Management System provides administrative control from one terminal for entire enterprises for as many as 100,000 remote employees
NCP engineering has announced a remote access technology breakthrough that allows companies to handle their entire infrastructure and more than 100,000 remote employees from one terminal. With the NCP Secure Enterprise Management System, enterprises can rethink their secure remote access management—establishing unprecedented control over end-users without compromising their ease-of-use.

Remote access is made simple for administrators, with entire infrastructure monitoring and reporting. They can easily provision and configure VPN clients, client firewalls and server settings, and manage practical NAC functions, certificates and software updates—all from one central station.

Built-in transition software ensures cost-effective scaling and redundancy protection, avoiding costly downtime and loss of policy settings. NCP's products comprehensively collaborate with third-party software and hardware—with little to no customisation.

With NCP's holistic remote access solution, enterprises can launch hosted 'managed VPN' services, extend virtualization efforts, securely change policy settings on-the-fly and eliminate vendor lock entirely.

"Remote access technology too often translates into a jumble of solutions, functionality compromises and policy limitations—creating management headaches for IT staff," said Peter Felgentreff, president and CEO, NCP engineering. "Our development team continually pushes to rethink how to integrate existing technologies and put customer requirements first. NCP's enterprise software has solved the complex, network administration process."
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