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If you don't want to wait years to see how 5G turns out then you may want to consider the NetMotion Mobility solution[1] that is available now and provides reliable, stable, and secure connectivity. Emergency responders, utilities, and transportation businesses currently use it and the technology has proven to be successful.

A few weeks ago I met with several folks from NetMotion[2] who walked me through product offerings that are applicable to mobile workers. It is clear that NetMotion has a vast amount of experience in this area and offers an extremely compelling solution for the enterprise.

Christopher Kenessey (CEO), John Knopf (VP of Product), Steve Fallin (Senior Product Manager), and Randy Green spent a couple hours taking me on a deep dive into the inner workings of NetMotion and as an engineer I was thrilled by the information and details presented to me. I am working with the IT department of my engineering firm to test out the NetMotion Mobility VPN solution as my office looks to start providing more support from outside the office.

We have all heard about VPN services, just check out David Gewirtz's thorough article from a couple of weeks ago[3], and understand they are a secure way for businesses to conduct business. Traditional VPN services are designed for static connections. Today's workforce is mobile, which means connections to the internet are made from WiFi hotspots, secure home or office WiFi networks, and cellular networks that often suffer from weak signals as the worker moves. NetMotion Mobility is designed from the ground up to make sure mobile workers can get their jobs done without frustration or lost time.

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