Webinar Provides Real World Enterprise Case Studies on Optimized Access to Business-Critical Applications.
Fort Lee, NJ – Whale, a leading provider of business driven application access solutions, today announced that it is hosting a webinar on SSL-based remote access featuring a leading Gartner analyst and three real-world case studies presented by enterprises in the mobile and wireless, real estate, and chemicals and pharmaceuticals industries.
The Network World webinar titled: “Policy Compliant SSL VPN Access: An Intelligent Application Gateway” is available on demand. To register please click here: http://tinyurl.com/73dvt
The webinar features Gartner VP Distinguished Analyst John Girard who’ll discuss the latest trends in remote access and in particular how and why SSL-based access is the fastest growing VPN access method. The webinar also includes three enterprise case studies. IT professionals from three leading enterprises share the business and technology challenges they faced when extending access to widely-used business applications including Microsoft SharePoint, Lotus iNotes and SAP.
Whale is the leading provider of business driven secure access products, including SSL VPN, application security and endpoint security offerings. A pioneer in secure application layer access, Whale’s products are deployed globally by the world’s leading organizations to extend their businesses. Today over two million employees, business partners and customer users securely and easily access their critical business applications and resources through Whale’s Intelligent Application Gateway products. The company is headquartered in Fort Lee, New Jersey and has international offices in Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Israel and representation in France.
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