For many years, Microsoft's Unified Access Gateway (UAG) has been a significant part of corporate defense and access control in organizations around the world. In fact, it is still being used in thousands of locations today, even though support for the product ended in April of 2015. This a testament to the appeal and uniqueness of the product, and the challenges organizations have had with replacing it.
But, the world has moved on and upcoming changes you may not be aware of could have a direct impact on you.
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