There are a lot of things that I love in life. In technology though, all the things that I love can be summed up into four main categories. Number one, I love free stuff. Now, that's a given with most people. There are a ton of free things on the net, but most of them lets be honest are useless. I'm sorry I want something a little more than a world clock. And I can hear the Linux people now, 'but all of our stuff is free!' and while you are correct there's a reason why you only hold a 3% market share. Two, I love web based applications. In fact I love them so much I'm actually writing this article on one right now http://www.writely.com)! There's another great site out there called 37 Signals (http://www37signals) with tons of free organizational type things. Check them out! Three, I love VPN's. There something so simplistic about it all. Being able to connection distant computers together and have them act as if they are on the same network.  Not only that but you can access things like computers, network storage, and email as if you were sitting right there in your office.And lastly, I love wireless. The idea that I can be almost anywhere and sit down with my laptop and access the internet without being tethered by a cable is well…awesome. Now, what if I could tie all four things together…well I can’t but I’m close with three. We're going to take a look at three VPN services that are designed to be used at wireless hotspot for either SOHO (small office/home office) or small business users.
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