iPass sets tech security pact

Monday, 19 July 2004, 3:36 PM EST

The Silicon Valley-based company said it wants to bring together all the elements of computer security into a one-stop shop for corporations looking to securely manage remote network access for a company's business travelers.

IPass said it is seeking to expand beyond basic network access into more complex services where its software development and network expertise distinguishes it.

"There is a clear evolution going on in our business around moving from providing network access... to enabling secure connectivity for businesses," Chief Executive Ken Denman said in a phone interview.

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