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What Do VPNs Do?

VPNs provide all the assurance of privacy. When anyone on your team connects to one of these services, their traffic is routed through an encrypted tunnel between their machine and a server operated by the VPN company (or by your company, but more on that later). Nobody, not even those on the same Wi-Fi network, can monitor or intercept their traffic. Since long before most office workers began full-timing it from home, VPNs have been the tool of choice for remote workers who need to access corporate networks. VPNs let employers offer protection to their workforce, and in some cases, let remote employees access corporate resources as if they were sitting in their offices. This doesn't directly help your employees do their jobs, but it does protect their privacy and their data.

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