Businesses use Kovurt. More employees are either working outside the office or bringing their own devices like smartphones and tablets inside a company’s premises. These types of “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) situations are a potential privacy and security threat because valuable company data may be seen. Kovurt cloaks employees’ online activity, protecting them and their company’s assets when they are working remotely or onsite. Kovurt’s Enterprise service also gives companies a Cloud-based control panel to manage all employees’ authentications and uses of Kovurt so when new employees are hired or fired, Kovurt can be simply updated to provide access to or block access from certain users.
Travelers use Kovurt. When you use your laptop at a coffee shop, all of your activity may be seen by the manager at that store. Or when you login to websites in your hotel room, the hotel technician has access to see your online activity. So Kovurt provides privacy, blocking access to your online activity from prying eyes. Plus, Kovurt gives you a new, remote IP Address — this is useful if you can’t access your favorite video websites like Hulu, YouTube, Netflix, or BBC from your travel destination.
Individuals use Kovurt. If you live in New York, Singapore, London, or any other big city, there are lots of wireless hotspots on which you can jump. But the hotspot technicians have access to your online activity, so Kovurt provides a shield for your Internet activity when you are using a hotspot. And what about your mobile phone? When you use your 3G network, your telecommunications provider has access to your entire online history. Kovurt creates an encrypted tunnel that safely hides your activity when you surf on your smartphone.
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