Keep your business safe

NordVPN Teams


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Dedicated servers

Use high-speed servers dedicated to your company only. Select the country where you want to be virtually based, and your organization will get assigned a static IP address.

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Manage permissions

Control who can access your organization's resources. Protect your business from unauthorized actions and secure your company’s data at the same time.

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Remote access

Reach company resources remotely. NordVPN Teams provides safe and secure access to your work accounts and company databases — no matter where you are or which device you’re on.

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Work on any Wi-Fi

With a VPN, get work done securely on any public network. Whether you’re in a hotel, an airport, or a conference, NordVPN Teams encrypts your traffic, safeguarding sensitive data from hackers.

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Third-party authentication

With NordVPN Teams, there is no need to find, enter, and manage yet another set of credentials. Use your existing Google or Azure AD account for seamless login.

Easy to integrate

No matter which operating system you and your team are using, NordVPN Teams works on every major platform.

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Frequently asked questions

There are plenty of ways hackers can exploit it to get a hold of your company’s data if your Wi-Fi is not secure. This, in turn, can result in massive data leaks, government penalties, and financial losses.

A VPN Wi-Fi security system works by encrypting all of your organization’s data traffic. Besides, a VPN enables you to manage who can connect to your network so no one outside your company can access its resources and sensitive information.

A business VPN works best as a wireless security system. It protects all data traveling through your wireless network and prevents unauthorized access to your internal resources.

While a VPN is the most secure option, there are a few other ways to improve your wireless security to cover the basics. First of all, make sure your router is in a secure location — preferably under lock and key, where only authorized personnel can reach it. Secondly, create a complex Wi-Fi password and change it regularly. On top of that, have a dedicated guest Wi-Fi, so no one outside your organization can access your internal network.

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