DevSquad is a large company headquartered near Salt Lake City that provides tailor-made and innovative on-demand software. They possess broad industry knowledge and have proven themselves in a wide range of projects — from computer vision to industrial printers, and from product prototyping to regression testing. They are always up for a challenge and are passionate about developing great software. With over a decade of experience, they are definitely a force to be reckoned with in the tech industry.
With headquarters located in Utah, the company’s remote workforce connects from all over. The company needed a solution to provide its team with secure ways to connect to corporate servers and client servers. As a security-conscious firm, they set up a bastion host to provide access, but without a reliable VPN, DevSquad relied on a community username/password system — that was not as secure or effective as they wanted.
DevSquad recognized that despite training and policies, some employees just won’t choose strong enough passwords, and they needed a better way to ensure the people accessing the network were who they said they were. The company started looking for a new solution to securely connect their remote workforce while providing easy ways to implement access control and end-point authorization measures such as two-factor authentication.
“What I most like about OpenVPN is that it’s easy to setup and use, and we can easily enable 2FA for all of our clients and employees. If you need a simple and secure VPN, you should use OpenVPN.” – Marcelo Domingos, CEO of DevSquad
Access Server accepts incoming connections only if that device and user has the correct certifications. With OpenVPN Access Server, 3DCart communications are secure; outsiders can’t eavesdrop or spy.
The company needed a new solution for its entire remote workforce, that would allow simplified access control and management.
Ubity used OpenVPN Access Server to provide the needed secure remote access to their employees. Setup was a breeze with the local database acting as the authentication source.