When Secure KVM Isn’t Enough - Increase Security and Flexibility with Advanced Simultaneous Multilevel Access
New technologies are not only helping to secure data and prevent its theft or loss, but are also contributing to the bottom line with lower overall cost of ownership and the flexibility to deliver value far into the future.
A secure KVM switch is a hardware device that provides access to individual PCs at multiple sensitivity levels, one at a time, from a single keyboard, monitor and mouse (KVM). The switch allows personnel to manually choose which network level to connect to, and to change back and forth between them, although it only allows the user to view one system at a time.
In this paper, we will take a look at widely used secure KVM switching technology and how an improved thin client infrastructure, that uses the cloud and Advanced Simultaneous Multilevel Access technology, can replace secure KVM while doing more with less expense.