By BRAD PETERSON The combination of remote work and sudden outages doesn’t have to shut an organization down. Provider outages offer an opportunity to look at how cloud computing – and specifically cloud desktops – can give organizations the resilience they need to keep their employees productive while also maintaining business continuity and network security.  The VPN approach to DR Though VPN has been a long-standing option for managing remote work in times of security and of crisis, many organizations have encountered performance bottlenecks and security concerns. In light of the fact that supporting remote work is likely a long-term…
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