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VPN Virtual Private Network

Encrypt your data to allow a secure connection with your Cloud Server. Allow your local software or hardware to integrate with your Cloud in a private, direct and secure way

Virtual Private Network

As your Cloud Solutions provider, we can provide you with a Virtual Private Network. This is a service that encrypts your internet traffic and protects your online identity. A VPN lets you access your Cloud safely and privately by routing your connection through a  server and hiding your online actions. A VPN lends you a temporary IP address and hides your true IP address.

It's virtual because it's as if you had a private connection directly to your server and it is also private, because the activity is between you and your Cloud server. 


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What is a VPN?

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Why do I need a VPN?

Software integration

Allow your local software to integrate with other software installed on the Cloud Server

privately and securely.

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Hardware integration

Would you like to use your existing hardware in the cloud? Some complex applications require a Virtual Private Network to ensure a private and secure connection which allows printing or scanning securely from the Cloud.

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VPN Benefits

VPN Benefits


Your connection cannot be linked to your machine. You can visit any website and your ISP will not know where you have been.



All your activity through the VPN is encrypted therefore unreadable when is transferred via the Internet.

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Your true IP address is hidden and it constantly changes which guarantees anonymity.

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Blocks cannot prevent from getting access based on the IP.

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How does a VPN work?

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The VPN encrypts your data, even before your Internet Service Provider can see it. The data then goes directly from the VPN to your cloud server. The cloud destination sees your data as coming from the VPN server and its location, and not from your computer and your location. This solves the privacy and security problem in a couple of ways:

  • No one can (easily) identify you or your computer as the source of the data, nor what you’re doing.

  • Your data is encrypted, so even if someone does look at what you’re sending, they only see encrypted information and not raw data.

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Would you like to request a VPN?


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