SSL/VPN Connectivity, 4.0

Perhaps in an attempt to edge out Microsoft’s Windows Phone or to court to the enterprise-focused in the business sphere, the release of iOS 4 brought SSL and VPN connectivity. The feature, available through applications from Juniper Networks and Cisco Systems, came along with the operating system’s mid-2010 revamp. Users can leverage the companies’ services to access their corporate resources securely via certificate-based authentication.

Perhaps in an attempt to edge out Microsoft’s Windows Phone or to court to the enterprise-focused in the business sphere, the release of iOS 4 brought SSL and VPN connectivity. The feature, available through applications from Juniper Networks and Cisco Systems, came along with the operating system’s mid-2010 revamp. Users can leverage the companies’ services to access their corporate resources securely via certificate-based authentication. Cisco’s AnyConnect Secure Mobility client and Juniper Networks’ Juno Pulse, both available for free in Apple’s App Store, will successfully verify your iPhone’s connection with your endpoint while adding an extra layer of encryption protection.

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