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Array AccessDirect, AccessDirect, Array AG Series SSL VPNs
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Array’s scalable SSL VPNs centralize control over access to applications, desktops, files, networks and web sites from a broad range of remote and mobile devices – providing secure connectivity, end-point and server-side security and application-level AAA policies on a per-user basis. Available as physical or virtual appliances, or on popular public cloud platforms, the AG Series is ideal for enterprises that need to support multiple communities of interest as well as for service providers that need to provide remote access to globally dispersed data centers.

SecureLink is the leader in managing secure third-party remote access and remote support for enterprise organizations and technology vendors. More than 30,000 world-class companies across multiple highly regulated industries, including healthcare, retail, government, financial, legal and gaming, rely on SecureLink’s purpose-built platform to securely control network access, ensure industry compliance, manage audit trails, decrease time to resolution, and reduce liability.

The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Austin, Texas with a second office in Costa Rica.
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Hitachi Federated Cloud, VM Racks, Needham Bank, Central Ohio Primary Care Physicians, Harmon Law Offices, City of Lilburn, GeorgiaNISC, Sotera Wireless, InterSystems, Allscripts, Cerner, Allscripts
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Array AG Series is ranked 27th in Enterprise Infrastructure VPN while SecureLink is ranked 23rd in Enterprise Infrastructure VPN with 1 review. Array AG Series is rated 0.0, while SecureLink is rated 7.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of SecureLink writes "Efficient technical support with good synchronization features, but it needs better security". Array AG Series is most compared with Cisco IOS SSL VPN and Pulse Connect Secure, whereas SecureLink is most compared with Zscaler Private Access, AppGate, Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client, AT&T VPN and OpenVPN Access Server.

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