Q: Does SafeMove support seamless handover between different networks?
A: Yes, this is one of the fundamentals of SafeMove. SafeMove optimizes network usage by selecting the best network available.
Q: Is SafeMove standards-based and what do I benefit from that?
A: Yes, SafeMove is based on open, international standards such as IPsec, IKE and Mobile IP protocols and X.509v3 certificates.
Being standards-based means:
- You are not alone with your protocol! Industry backs the standards and it is researched thoroughly e.g. for security.
- Your system is future proof! Deploy new devices as you need. They always support standard protocols first.
- Protects your investment! Architecture remains, even if component changes. Single infrastructure serves whole host of devices.
Q: What networks can I use with SafeMove securely?
A: Basically any IP network like xDSL, LAN, WLAN, GPRS, CDMA, Edge, 3G, HSDPA, WiMAX, LTE, Satellite, TETRA, CDMA2000 variants, IPWireless... can be used for securely accessing intranet and/or Internet services.
Q: What makes SafeMove different from a traditional IPsec VPN?
A: Unlike traditional IPsec and SSL VPNs designed for static environment, SafeMove is designed for wireless environment dealing well with network outages, roaming and mobile usage in general.
Q: I am fed up with constant wireless network interruptions and coverage gaps. Can SafeMove help?
A: Yes, SafeMove hides the consequences of network interruptions and outages and makes them transparent by seamlessly reconnecting or making a handover to a stable network.
Q: How can I reduce my international roaming costs with SafeMove?
A: SafeMove enables seamless roaming between cellular and Wi-Fi networks choosing automatically Wi-Fi network if available, eg. in multi-national company's own offices. The Roaming policy feature enables the SafeMove client to detect when Windows 7 WWAN is roaming in a foreign operator network. The client can then apply a special firewall policy to block certain traffic, e.g. block Windows Update and allow only certain business critical applications, like email. This can lead to significant cost savings and prevent users from
inadvertently using costly, volume based data services.
Q: Can SafeMove be managed as a service?
A: Yes, SafeMove supports service provider model.
Q: Does SafeMove scale up to 10000 users?
A: Yes, SafeMove has ready-made best practices and recommendations for serving user amounts like 500, 1000, 5000, 10000+.
Q: Does SafeMove have any 3rd party security approvals?
A: Yes, SafeMove uses FIPS 140-2 approved cryptographic library*
(*F-Secure Cryptographic Library, FSCLM, Copyright © F-Secure Corporation 2000-2006, www.f-secure.com)