Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) allow you to mask your IP address by rerouting your traffic through a different server. This can come in handy when trying to access content restricted to another part of the world (Netflix or sports abroad being prime examples), trying to get around stringent safety controls or simply aiming to preserve your privacy online.
While VPNs have typically been aimed at personal users, demand is growing in enterprise, too. Businesses are now using VPNs to secure their office networks, business computers and internet connection while others are using VPNs to remotely access network resources that aren't geographically close to them.
Choosing the right VPN for your exact business needs can be tricky, given the level of market saturation. Here, we run through some of the best on offer for business use.