Corporate communications such as emails, access to corporate servers, data, proposals, client information and more are all commonly accessed over insecure public internet connections. Your staff are accessing the data from home, work, via cellular networks on smart phones, and even from public wifi hot spots. If you don't use a VPN, you are allowing your information to be publicly viewed or even utilized to break into your computer, or company databases.

Utilizing a VPN (Virtual Private Network) service with TurnKeyVPN will allow you to secure all connections, at all times, even for staff who may be working from home or over a cellular network.

But using turnKeyVPN, your staff will be secure

  • Security for Hotspot Wireless Access Users
  • Home Internet Users - Cable and DSL providers are well known for not filtering their network from exploits!
  • International Internet Users - Governments would like to prevent users from enjoying the Internet, with a USA IP there are no controls!
  • Easy online ordering when you travel - Many order forms on the Internet will
    automatically block certain countries from even ordering.
  • Prevent google, yahoo and other search engines from recording all your activites.
  • Secure your communcations when traveling, especially at hotel's or airports.
  • Bypass ISP Blocking for VOIP Applications like Skype
  • Full anonymity by hiding your real IP.
  • Unlike a proxy, you get secured connection for all programs you are using,(e.g ICQ,
    Email, FTP, News and anything that uses a Internet Connection)
  • Anonymous Internet Surfing
  • Bypass geographical blocks from certain websites
  • Protection against unauthorized access to corpate data

You desire extra security from online bad guys and identity thieves.

We’ll cover more specific applications below, but in general, a VPN is a method of protecting your online identity and data en route. Firewalls protect your data on your computer and anti-virus software protects you from viruses, but only a VPN provides security and privacy once your data leaves your computer.
You don’t want your ISP or network owner to be able to monitor or control your online activities.

You call it “your” Internet connection but it really isn’t. You rent access to the Internet under, often

rather ominous, terms and conditions from an ISP, or you gain access through some other means under terms you aren’t even privy to.

Often there is no evil intent, but there have been many cases, even in the United States, where individual privacy and access to the free Internet have been blatantly and willfully disregarded.

We believe it is every law-abiding individual’s right to secure their data and protect their privacy online. Businesses wouldn’t think of sending data without VPN encryption to protect their interests. What’s good enough for them is good enough for you.