iTwin Connect now available

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At long last, after waiting for quite some time, the iTwin Connect is now available, offering users protected as well as unrestricted access to the Internet, not to mention to home and corporate networks (virtual private network or VPN), too. Lux Anantharaman, CEO of iTwin, weighs in on the situation, saying, “With iTwin Connect users no longer have to worry about their online privacy when travelling, or worry about which online services are allowed in the places they travel to. Now frequent travelers, businesspeople and exchange students can browse privately and without restrictions from anywhere in the world.” Needless to say, what is the whole point of talking about the iTwin Connect when we do not espouse its strengths?

Some of the key benefits of the iTwin Connect will include the ‘Teleport Me’ function, allowing you to browse privately and securely from untrusted networks and access blocked or geo-restricted sites and services regardless of where you are in the world. All traffic will be directed via a private VPN tunnel to the home/office PC, where the public Internet may then be accessed via the home/office PC’s Internet connection. Not only that, ‘Teleport Me’ also delivers private access to the Internet courtesy of iTwin’s dedicated network servers in the United States, Europe or Asia/Pacific, should that be the case.

You will also be able to take advantage of personal, zero-configuration VPN for full bi-directional network access, while Military Grade Security lets you sleep in peace, thanks to hardware-grade security and two-factor authentication. Heck, why not check things out remotely with the ability for you to launch Windows Remote Desktop using a single click, gaining access to applications (and their data) on the home/office PC? Even better is, you will not be bogged down by those pesky monthly fees, as a one time cost will let you enjoy unlimited usage.

If you are interested, you can pick up the iTwin Connect now for $129 a pop.

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