Enterprise Application Access is designed to address the limitations of traditional remote access



We live now in an ever-connected data-driven era where it is clear that, the convergence of mobile computing, cloud adoption and the expansion of enterprise digital ecosystems is not only changing where mission‑critical applications are hosted, but also who needs to access them and with what devices.

In this environment, Enterprise Application Access is designed to address the limitations of traditional remote access by offering a new approach to providing access to applications hosted in corporate data centers or hybrid cloud environments.
I can observe that, it provides an alternative to traditional remote and third-party access technologies such as VPNs, RDP and proxies. With Enterprise Application Access, applications are hidden from the Internet and public exposure; allowing closing of all inbound firewall ports while permitting authenticated end users to access only specific, authorized applications.
Enterprise Application Access integrates data path protection, identity access, application security, and management visibility and control into a single, cloud-based service.
The service is designed to be deployed in minutes in any network environment through a unified portal, with a single point of control.

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