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HOB Offers Comprehensive, Flexible and Cost-Effective Secure Remote Access with HOB RD VPN

HOB, the market leader in pure software-based remote access solutions, provides secure access to remote desktops, virtual desktop infrastructures, legacy systems, data or networks from any device around the world with HOB RD VPN. Enterprises in today’s mobile, virtual and cloud-based global workforce require easy-to-use and flexible web-based remote access solutions that are affordable and enable the utilization of existing hardware infrastructure. HOB RD VPN offers a comprehensive and customized solution that meets the needs of all enterprises.

Highly Flexible

With its multi-tenant capability, HOB RD VPN is an ideal solution for businesses that need to connect various users such as employees, partners, customers and suppliers with the information they need. Businesses can centrally install and custom configure according to company requirements and changing demands on IT infrastructure, enabling complete control of all external access to their corporate networks.

Highly Scalable

HOB RD VPN is highly scalable and supports many different platforms. Remote access can be achieved via any device including PC, notebook or tablet. All operating systems are supported, including Microsoft Windows, Apple MAC OS X, and Linux. When users want to access the enterprise network, all they need is a Java-capable Internet browser. Installation or administrator rights on the client side are not needed. Additionally, data and applications on a Windows Terminal Server, virtualized windows systems, Unix/Linux servers, a traditional host and personal computers are all accessible via HOB RD VPN.

HOB is now offering four versions designed to meet the various needs of companies:

HOB RD VPN NetAccess

Fast and easy network access without any installation of software or drivers on the client device.

HOB RD VPN green edition

Slim version for classic SSL functionality with access to Web services, file systems and the enterprise network.

HOB RD VPN red edition

Universal solution for full remote access support with access to Remote Desktops, data, Web services and the enterprise network.

HOB RD VPN blue edition

Comprehensive secure remote access solution with secure VoIP communication, as well as access to Remote Desktop Services, Web services, file systems and the enterprise network.

Klaus Brandstätter, CEO of HOB said, “The implementation of secure and simple access to enterprise data is an ongoing challenge for businesses all over the world and the demand for it will only grow. HOB RD VPN provides a secure and flexible solution that does not require a large capital investment or overhaul of IT infrastructure. With multiple editions, it fulfills the individual needs of businesses, giving them the freedom to create a system custom-tailored to their requirements.”

About HOB, Inc.

HOB, Inc. is a fully owned subsidiary of HOB GmbH & Co. KG, which is headquartered in Cadolzburg, Germany. HOB GmbH & Co. KG is a mid-sized German software enterprise that develops and markets innovative and multiply rewarded remote access solutions worldwide. One-third of the largest financial services providers are currently using HOB software.

For more information, visit: http://www.hob.mx and on Twitter at www.twitter.com/HOBsoft.

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