Virtual private networks (VPNs) offer much more than a connection to Netflix's geo-targeted content and other overseas TV streaming services. For both consumers and businesses, VPNs provide a safe way to connect to and browse the internet.
This is because they provide encrypted connections, while not only securing devices and sensitive information but also keeping IP addresses hidden, which means you can browse anonymously - a feature that is particularly useful while abroad and on public Wi-Fi.
VPNs play a particularly important role in managing remote working and uniting offices across different territories.
Here are some of the best VPNs for small businesses.
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Additional reporting by Hannah Williams.