PC Pro magazine in UK is famous for providing in-depth product reviews to IT professionals and power users. In their recent featured video and article recommending DrayTek’s Vigor2820 series, ADSL2+ Security Firewall as an affordable SMB networking solution – http://www.pcpro.co.uk/html/draytek/, they firstly point out general drawbacks of Internet including unreliable, insecure and distracting employee’s focus. After that, they show the audiences how to utilize Vigor2820Vn to get reliable Internet access (e.g. 3.5G modem backup function) and prevent non-job related web contents affecting productivity (Content Security Management function).
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In addition, the VPN function of Vigor2820 series is further highlighted in the following article to illustrate how Vigor2820 series (shown by Vigor2820Vn model) secure their daily Internet activities no matter in central office, branch office or even remote locations to SOHO and SMB. They also emphasized on the built-in hardware-base VPN of Vigor2820 series to assure VPN encryption without affecting performance.
Vigor2820 series act as a VPN server as well as s VPN client. It can allow remote access with easy setting procedure. With Smart VPN utility, users can dial out VPN on Widows PC and laptop. That reduces extra efforts for users to get another VPN enabled operation system or install software on the client side – Just directly work with Windows PC and laptop.
Learn more about DrayTek’s Vigor2820 series – http://www.draytek.com.au/products.php?type=ss_2820

“The DrayTek Vigor 120 amazing little box of tricks that’s both clever and very simple.”

In addition to Vigor2820 series, PC Pro magazine in UK also gives a positive review to Vigor120, an ADSL2/2+ modem – http://www.pcpro.co.uk/realworld/351145/the-perfect-emergency-router. DrayTek redefines the ideas of “plug-n-play” of Vigor120 – not even required configuration. There are two extra benefits from this “little box” mentioned in the article. One would be fail-over capability – connecting one ADSL line to the normal port of modem/router and the other via the DrayTek to its Ethernet WAN port. Another would be a convenient tool for technician to solving connection issue – through bypass existing router to get connection logs/diagnostics and analyze from PC or laptop directly.
Learn more about DrayTek’s Vigor120 – http://www.draytek.com.au/products.php?type=dv120