Linchpin Mobile: Secure mobile intranet access via a gateway service

Secure mobile connections to your intranet

Your Linchpin intranet lives behind a firewall and of course, you should keep it that way. Your system should be secure and accessible only from the internal network. But mobile access is becoming an increasingly important intranet requirement: Employees should be able to access all the information they need, whenever they need it, and no matter where they are or what device they are using.

Traditionally, users are forced to use a VPN connection, which they first need to set up on their devices - something that is easy for technically experienced users but may present less-technical users with a challenge. Linchpin Mobile has the solution with its gateway service - this allows protected and secure connections to your intranet without a VPN.

How does it work? We explain in this short video:


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Linchpin Mobile: ready to be rolled out in your organization

The Linchpin Mobile apps are available for Android and iOS and support BYOD strategies (Bring Your Own Device), which means you can quickly roll out your Linchpin intranet across devices throughout your company. You can even visually customize your intranet app to match your corporate design and effectively improve employee adoption of the new software.

Do you want to know more about securing your intranet for mobile and the Linchpin Mobile app? We'd love to discuss your requirements, answer your questions, organize a demonstration session and show you practical use cases. Contact us today!

Further information

Corporate Design: Your own intranet app based on Linchpin Mobile
How can I roll out Linchpin Mobile to all employees?
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