Verizon Business rolled out a new cloud computing based service that will make it much easier for mobile office workers to securely access their corporate networks. EnterpriseMobileToday explains how.
Verizon Business this week rolled out a new security-as-a-service portfolio that it says will make it easier and cheaper for enterprise customers to log into corporate networks, share data from mobile devices and enable real-time provisioning from a central location.
"Our new security platform represents a significant shift in how we are delivering security services to large and mid-size clients," Peter Tippett, vice president of technology and innovation at Verizon Business, said in a statement. "By offering security-as-a-service, enterprises can tailor their security solutions to meet the unique needs of their business with the ability to strengthen their security protection at a moment's notice."
Verizon (NYSE: VZ) officials said the new offering is not dependent on premises-based equipment because it's delivered via the company's global IP network.