For organizations that have critical employees working outside the office, providing high-performance connections to the Internet or crucial applications without compromising security is vital. Using advanced cellular wireless and cloud-based management, Cradlepoint’s Small Office/Home Office (SOHO) solutions deliver enterprise-class connectivity plus security to help mission-critical employees remain productive and protected outside the office. Instead of depending on solutions that rely on uneven levels of household networking equipment, Cradlepoint offers a secure, dedicated wireless connection that is fully isolated from the user’s uncontrollable home network.
Provide remote workers a highly available, dedicated Wireless WAN connection that avoids resource competition with other household devices. Cradlepoint’s enterprise-grade SOHO routers enable company-controlled access to the Internet, corporate networks, and applications.
Cradlepoint’s NetCloud Service for SOHO and wireless edge routers offer policy-based, enterprise-class security that scales to any size of remote work network. Strengthen the security posture with corporate VPN, secure split tunneling, threat management, content filtering, and application firewall.
NetCloud Manager simplifies the management of thousands of employees’ remote working equipment from any location, often with no-to-limited incremental staff. Build and enforce consistent policies, plus use dashboards to monitor network health, security status, data usage, billing trends, and more.
Rapidly deploy without home site visits or truck rolls. Provide day-1 connectivity with preconfigured policies and security plus preinserted SIMs. SOHO routers securely power on to automatically connect and install.
Use application-aware and wireless-optimized SD-WAN functionality in NetCloud Service for SOHO to set policies and optimize path selection based on critical criteria or by application. Use intelligent traffic steering across LTE WAN or hybrid networks for a consistent user experience.
Segment and isolate work devices — computers, printers, and more — from household networks and devices. A separate, dedicated WWAN network ensures high performance for key applications and provides a natural layer of asset and information protection.