North America was forecast to remain the leader in VPN usage, with around 30% market share.To With millions of people working from home, the coronavirus outbreak has seen global VPN demand surge.
As the work-from-home trend grows due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the need for secure access to enterprise resources continues to grow and with it the demand for ever-more VPN.For example demand for commercial virtual private networks in the U.S. jumped by 41% between March 13 and March 23, according to research from Top10VPN.com, a VPN research and testing company in the U.K. The VPN market will hit $70 billion by 2026, according to market research and management consulting company Global Market Insights. In an April blog AT&T pointed to a 700% increase in connections to its cloud-based SD-WAN Static Network Based (ANIRA) VPN service.To read this article in full, please click here
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