Remote Access in Manufacturing

Improving Operations, Management, and Cybersecurity in 2024

The 2023 State of Remote Access Security: All Locked Up or Full of Risk?

The manufacturing industry sits in its own category when it comes to dependance on technologies. The split between IT and OT is like no other industry, with technology teams needing to find ways to manage, support, and transform both sides of the business’ technology stacks. 

The role of Remote Access crosses the proverbial boundaries between IT and OT, helping technology teams improve the accessibility to, management of, and security stance of devices and systems alike. 

So, how do manufacturing organizations fare today when it comes to their remote access? Is it helping or hindering the addressing of manufacturing’s most-pressing challenges today?   

To find out, we surveyed 450 manufacturing organizations and want to share the results with you! 

Watch the webinar as Nick Cavalancia, Tony Sobottka and Francesca Barnes as they share and discuss the findings of RealVNC’s 2024 Remote Access in Manufacturing Report.


Nick Cavalancia
Nick Cavalancia

4-time Microsoft MVP

Tony Sobottka
Tony Sobottka

RealVNC, RF and Label Printing Hardware Product Lead for a global manufacturing organization

Francesca Barnes
Francesca Barnes

Customer Success Manager Team Lead at RealVNC


  • Technologies used to facilitate remote access connectivity and security
  • Who’s using remote access and what’s it being used for
  • Manufacturing’s technology challenges
  • Recommendations of how Remote Access can be used to improve the most critical of manufacturing’s challenges

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Can’t make to the webinar? Not to worry, we will send a recording to all who registered.