Virtual Private Networks Abstract Virtual Private Networks(VPN) are a technology that allows for the creation of the equivalent of a private network on a public network. They result in significant cost benefits for companies that want to ensure security over the Internet without using expensive private networks. Even with cost and customization benefits there are still concerns over VPNs. In particular concerns of security, privacy invasions and compatibility issues have slowed the adoption of VPNs in business environments. However, the benefits of VPNs far outweigh the concerns. This is especially true when you consider that VPNS are emerging technologies that are constantly being developed and refined. The result will be diminishing...The end:
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