Simpsonville, SC (PRWEB) October 30, 2013 -- Sabai Technology, a leading provider of consumer and small business VPN Routers, recently announced an on-the-go wireless Virtual Private Network (VPN) solution that provides business travelers with a secure connection for all of their wireless devices. Company documents, email communications, and chat sessions used on public WiFi networks in their hotels put the business at risk. Most business travelers do not realize all traffic on a public hotel WiFi is visible. Whether it is on a completely open network or password protected, when connected, it is possible for others on that network to have direct access to view their network traffic.
Sabai Technology's Sabai OS has long been the VPN users go-to firmware for extending the security of VPN to all devices in the home. Until now though, issues like captive portals and client mode access have been inaccessible to users. A recent breakthrough in the Sabai OS firmware has led to a step-by-step guide in setting up these on-the-go connections. Now business travelers can enjoy the privacy and security of their own private wireless network, even in public hotel WiFi spots.
Savvy business travelers connecting via a Wifi network provided by an airport or hotel often know to use VPN on their laptops while on the go, but don't realize the necessity in extending that security to the other wireless devices they travel with. Who doesn't access their email occasionally from their phone or tablet? These devices need to be secured. Sabai Technology has the solution to secure wireless connections using the device of your convenience virtually anywhere in your hotel.
Connect multiple devices simultaneously through a VPN service provider coupled with a Sabai Technology Router in order to enjoy optimum security and complete peace of mind. VPN services provide a simple and effective method to add security and privacy to a user's internet connection. By running the VPN service at the router level, and then connecting all devices through the VPN router, packet-sniffing and other hacker attempts into the user’s internet activity become very difficult. Sabai Technology President and Founder, William Haynes says, "A Sabai VPN Router adds to the flexibility and increases the kinds of devices that a VPN service can be used for. Smart devices such as televisions or media streamers don’t have a native client for VPN connectivity. That is where the Sabai VPN Router comes in."
The fact of the matter is that when you are connected to public hotel WiFi, others can see what you are doing when online. To view a step-by-step guide for securely connecting all of your wireless devices, visit http://blog.sabaitechnology.com/troubleshoot-tuesday-sabai-os-wireless-client-mode/.
Anja Smith, Sabai Technology, http://sabaitechnology.com, 864-962-4072, [email protected]
SOURCE Sabai Technology