Part 4 - 4) Future of VPN VPN technology is still in its...

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4) Future of VPN VPN technology is still in its infancy. But the general belief is that in a couple of years VPNs will evolve and demonstrate all the advantages that they have promised. VPN will be a global technology linking geographic regions around the world. Adoption of standards in security and QoS technology will help vendors to minimize interoperability problems among their products. The service providers will then be able to offer and deliver precise SLAs. These SLAs will transcend multiple service provider networks. As implementing and managing VPNs become increasingly complex, companies will favor outsourcing them, thereby, reducing their IT costs. At the same time, VPN service providers will be able to carve out a profit margin by offereing various services. o VPNs in mobile environments Mobile VPNs handle the special circumstances when one endpoint of the VPN is not fixed to a single IP address , but instead roams across various networks such as data networks from cellular carriers or between multiple Wi-Fi access points. [15] Mobile VPNs have been widely used in public safety , where they give law enforcement officers access to mission-critical applications, such as computer- assisted dispatch and criminal databases, as they travel between different subnets of a mobile network. [16]
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Part 4 - 4) Future of VPN VPN technology is still in its...

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