Remote access solutions provider HOB, Inc. has partnered with enterprise B2B business technology company Help On Demand (HOD) to expand availability of its secure remote access solution.
HOB offers a suite of secure remote access solutions. These solutions facilitate enterprises to achieve a competitive advantage by providing critical protection to the information assets at the core of their businesses.
HOD, which joined HOB's partner program as a Gold-level Partner, offers enterprise business to business (B2B) technology solutions that are focused on connecting legacy IBM (News - Alert) systems to emerging mobile devices, investment protection, and data security.
HOB has been maintaining an extensive partner program to make HOB solutions available widely. In addition, this partner program also enables partners to integrate HOB solutions into other leading IT companies' product lines.
HOB’s Gold Partners are those partner enterprises who are certified to sell HOB solutions in specific geographic territory and/or vertical industry segments. They are typically certified by the HOB sales team and are assigned to a dedicated HOB partner manger.
Klaus Brandstätter, CEO of HOB, said in a statement, "By partnering with HOD, we are able to extend our services to new and exciting markets. It is important for us to have another channel through which HOB products are made accessible for new and existing customers."
Some of HOB solutions for secure remote access includes HOB RDvirtual private network (VPN) editions for secure remote access in enterprise; HOB RD VPN secure remote access solution (SSL encrypted) for applications and data in the enterprise network; HOB Planet mIDentity USB stick; HOB secure communications server; Universal IPsec VPN client; HOBLink VPN security solution with an IPsec-based VPN; HOBLink VPN gateway; HOBLink Mobile solution for secure remote access to enterprise data and applications from a mobile device; and more.
Brandstätter remarked, “Remote access is gaining significant momentum in today’s mobile and cloud-based global workforce. Ensuring IT security is a critical requirement for business functionality.”
Edited by Maurice Nagle