What is a Business VPN?

A business VPN is a Virtual Private Network designed especially for the security and privacy needs of organizations. Rather than connecting to the internet via an ISP, the best business VPNs provide an impenetrable tunnel between your organization’s resources and systems and the employees accessing them. End-to-end encryption of these connections, even if they are remote or using public Wi-Fi, prevents unwanted access or visibility into the organization’s network.


Secure Your Company's Most Valuable Data

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Get Private Servers and Static IPs

Deploy high-speed, private servers dedicated solely to your company’s needs and secure your team’s resource access with dedicated IPs.

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Manage Team Member Access

Add team members to your network, create multiple user groups and manage team permissions all in one unified management portal.

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Monitor Network Activity

Audit resource access, monitor bandwidth consumption and detect network anomalies. Get the full picture with complete network visibility.

Easy-to-Use Client Applications

Easily install Perimeter 81’s single-click client applications on any device. Our Single Sign-On, native applications are compatible with Windows, Mac, iPhone, Android and Chrome. Whether your company’s employees are traveling abroad or working remotely on their laptops, tablets or phones, they’re only one click away from secured access and online privacy.


Unlimited, Global Access

Effectively conduct quality assurance testing and quickly circumvent geo-restrictions. With the ability to deploy private business VPN servers with dedicated IP address, and access a global network of over 700 public servers in more than 36 locations, Perimeter 81 makes promoting your company's international presence easy.

Wi-Fi Security →

Proactively protect your mobile workforce. Once you install Perimeter 81’s client applications, you can rest assured that data passing over any network is secured with 256-bit bank-level encryption. Perimeter 81’s innovative Automatic Wi-Fi Security and DNS Filtering features immediately shield data by automatically activating VPN protection when employees connect to unknown, untrusted networks

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Guaranteed Internet Privacy

Research the competition and conduct confidential online business anonymously. Perimeter 81’s secure network ensures your team’s online activities remain completely private. All outbound and inbound traffic is encrypted and routed through your dedicated private servers - concealing your company’s actual IP address with an IP mask.

The Power of the Cloud

Discover the unique benefits of our innovative, hardware-free service.

Cost-Effective Delivery

Unlike other VPNs for business, our product eliminates the cost of expensive hardware installation for affordable and effective cybersecurity.

High Scalability

Easily expand your network with a scalable software framework and convenient cloud or on-premise deployments.

Reduced Latency

Deploy VPN endpoints in any physical or virtual location to keep employees close to your network and guarantee optimal transfer speeds.

Unlimited Bandwidth

Say goodbye to restrictive bandwidth limits with a scale-as-you-go network and flexible business VPN server deployment.

Business VPN Questions and Answers

What are the different types of business VPNs?

There are many different types of business VPNs, but they can generally be categorized into two groups: remote access VPNs and site-to-site VPNs. While a remote access VPN can help individual people remotely connect to a local area network, a site-to-site VPN connects two of these networks together. The latter version helps companies more so than the former, as a business is more easily able to extend its resources across multiple locations and offices. Additionally, there are different types of encryption protocols in use across the same type of VPN - for example, there is SSL and IPSec, but WireGuard is a faster and newer protocol now gaining steam.

How are business VPNs different from consumer VPNs

A business VPN differs from a consumer VPN largely in the functions it has that serve an organizational purpose rather than a retail one. For example, business VPNs can come with an array of extra tools that are designed to help orchestrate access to multiple resources from multiple users - static IP addresses, traffic monitoring, and network segmentation - but keep in mind that these benefits only come when the VPN is packaged in unified fashion alongside other networking and security solutions, much like in a Network as a Service. Consumer VPNs, on the other hand, are standalone pieces of software that help individuals mask the origin of their traffic over the web.

Why is a VPN for teams important for business?

VPNs are crucial for businesses that want their employees to be able to safely connect to resources - local server storage, cloud SaaS applications, and more - but from afar. Remote work is the single biggest use case for a VPN for business, because connections to internal resources that aren’t secure are easy to exploit, and put invaluable proprietary data at risk. With a VPN, each employee is required to encrypt his or her traffic before connecting to sensitive resources, meaning that IT can assume anyone who is connected is also protected.

How do I set up a Business VPN for remote access?

After finding a VPN provider and signing up, you’ll need to enter your VPN credentials into the computer or mobile device you plan on using. Next, you’ll need to ensure that the VPN settings are recognized in your network, which means adding the correct details like the server address, remote ID, and authentication login details. This can be done in bulk by IT for managed devices. Next, once the client is installed, the admin can choose which encryption protocol to use with employee devices and configure other options according to the needs of the network.

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