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How to build a secure distributed development organization


For development teams, many of the challenges they face regularly are the same challenges they've faced for years: Determining what people, processes and platforms will create the ideal environment to innovate and increase engineering velocity. And just when you think you may have found the right formula, a global pandemic comes along and things are no longer adding up.

Your increasingly mobile workforce is likely leading to a painful IT infrastructure procurement process (i.e. managing and shipping laptops) and an expanding virtual perimeter you need to secure.

With IT costs already stretched, and your company's security team putting a magnifying glass on your remote access processes, there is a better and more secure way to do distributed development. Virtualizing your software development delivery will unlock access to engineering talent around the world, (even in regions plagued by malware issues) and save your company major dollars on hardware and IT management, all while checking off all the boxes of your security team.

Join Tehama for a live panel webinar on Wednesday, October 21 at 1 pm E.T. with seasoned technology leaders from Tehama, Teradici, and more.

What you will learn:   

  • What blockers distributed development teams are facing in today's COVID-19 business landscape
  • How today's tools for distributed development and remote access are putting sensitive data at risk
  • What's at stake for development in gaming and media & entertainment industries
  • Why Linux users have been let down by traditional Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) and Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) solutions
  • The ideal formula for improving developer productivity and software delivery with a virtual office-as-service (OaaS) that can be set up in minutes, not months.

WHEN? Wednesday, Oct 21 at 1:00 pm ET

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Published Friday, October 09, 2020 7:28 AM by David Marshall
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