Setting Up a VPN for Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0:
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 is an advanced tablet that can be also referred as a multimedia hub. The tablet offers top Internet functionality along with packed multimedia and communication features. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 features a 1.0 GHz dual core processor that renders best performance even for demanding applications. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 runs Android 4.0 OS, Ice Cream Sandwich. Some of the notable features of the tablet include 7” WSVGA capable of displaying images and video at 1024×600 resolution.
Today privacy enhancing service has become a necessity and is no more seen as a luxury. Data theft, identity theft, malicious software, stealing of personal and financial information are some of the risks associated with the Internet.
It is necessary every organization and individual takes concrete steps to stay safe while surfing on the Internet. The assurances of best firewall, antivirus holds no ground when your data travels on the open network. VPN is the only tool that can safeguard your interests while you surf the Internet. The
VPN technology is not new. It is available for more than a decade along with private leased lines, a technology similar to VPN. Private leased lines works on the same concept but the technology is costly. VPN on the other hand is available at a fractional cost. Businesses are not required to set up VPN by themselves.
There are several VPN service providers offering the technology at lower cost. VPN is high scalable which means businesses need not change their service provider to handle expansion of corporate network. The high scalability feature of VPN allows business to deploy VPN solutions to newer locations as and when required.
VPN Specs You Need to Know
Samsung tablets are going to use Android, and though there are a wide variety of operating systems, it’s probably going to use Jelly Bean. If not, the other systems are similar enough that you can follow the Jelly Bean instructions for VPN setup and there won’t be much difference.
The other thing you should know is that you have a choice of VPN protocol, but to make things simple, I suggest PPTP. If you need extra encryption, L2TP is also an option. They are usually (but not always) the same price.