Cisco Positioned as a Leader in the 2010 Magic Quadrant for SSL VPNs

December 20, 2010 - 0 Comments

Mobility is changing the way I work. I work in the office, at home and wherever I am between the two. Not only do I have a smartphone, I also have an iPad and a corporate laptop. I access email and work using all three devices, happy that I can seamlessly connect from anywhere, at anytime, from any device. I am not unlike many workers today where work is becoming an activity and not a place and I need consistent security enforcement and protection, particularly when I am outside of the office.

Three letters enable much of this, V – P – N. VPNs are not new but Cisco continues to innovate with new VPN and secure mobility solutions to secure mobile workers like me. For instance, in October Cisco announced AnyConnect 3.0 that ties the client to web security in the cloud via Cisco ScanSafe in addition to an on-premise Web Security Appliances and the AnyConnect client is now available for both the Apple iPhone and iPad running iOS version 4.2+.

This progress has not gone unnoticed. On December 16th, Gartner positioned Cisco as a leader in the 2010 Magic Quadrant for SSL VPNs.

Learn more about how Cisco can secure your mobile workforce and click here to read the Gartner Magic Quadrant for SSL VPNs compliments of Cisco.

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