ADOT Uses for Virtual Private Networking Technology: Phase 1 : Pre-pilot Test Report
This phase of the project includes the feasibility study for the use of Virtual Private Network (VPN) technology by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), and especially by the Motor Vehicles Division (MVD) of ADOT. Following the feasibility study period, preliminary analysis was conducted to determine potential users of VPNs for access to MVD records in cases where no other connectivity is possible or the costs of such connectivity are prohibitive. A final report will be issued to embody the results of preliminary testing by third-parties and external government agencies to help assess the viability of the technology as a general-purpose utility for MVD records access.
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ADOT Testing of VPN Technology
Analysis of VPN Survey Questionnaire
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