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The Trending Mobile VPN Technologies That You Need to Know

In a mobile network where the wireless connections are less consistent and the speed is slower than a wired network, the conventional Virtual Private Network (VPN) performance is not consistently up to the mark. It often leads to low productivity, data loss, and transaction failure. At the same time, the most commonly used Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) technology lacks an innate mechanism for taking care of data authenticity and privacy on a public network.
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