It doesn’t matter whether you’ve been working from home for years or started this year due to the pandemic: if you’re working remotely, you better have a virtual private network (VPN) to keep your internet traffic safe and protect company resources. The best solution for this kind of remote access scenario can be either a dedicated business VPN client or a consumer VPN service purchased using a business license.  The upside of a business VPN client is that your IT department will set it up with the same protections you get in the office. It’s like being in the office without the commute.


You need a virtual private network (VPN) to keep your internet traffic to yourself. However, not all VPN services are created equal. We always offer a rundown of our top VPN picks, but in this story, we turn to you, the readers, to share your favorite (or least favorite) VPNs. Your top choices remain consistent.