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Enterprise Guide to Virtual Office as a Service
The Enterprise guide to Virtual office as a Service investigates the next stage of digital transformation: the deployment by organizations of a global workforce, not confined to a traditional office space.

As more and more organizations shift toward cloud-based global workforces, traditional desktop provisioning options like on-premise VDI, desktop-as-a-service, VPN and shipping laptops have been exposed as costly, slow to implement, and not very secure.

So what can organizations do to quickly and securely provision remote workers and third-party suppliers across the world?

This Guide investigates the next stage of digital transformation: the deployment by organizations of a global workforce, not confined to a traditional office space, through secure and compliant cloud VDI.

It explores why secure and compliant cloud VDI provides a virtual security posture akin to your company’s brick-and-mortar office, and for enterprises looking to implement VDI, real-world use cases in the areas of supply chain security, global workforce enablement, business continuity and disaster recovery, and more.

Securing the Workplace of the Future
Securing the Workplace of the Future offers 4 tips on how to securely onboard a digital workforce, and third-party service providers.

With more and more employers turning to global talent pools to meet their labor needs, and the rise of remote working following COVID-19,  the Internet is fast becoming the workplace of the future.

What does this mean for enterprises — especially when the destructive potential of data breaches, malware and other cyberthreats are on the rise?

How do you protect a workplace with no borders?  This eBook explores the opportunities associated with adopting a global workforce, takes a deep dive into the threats this model presents, and problems related to some of the current solutions. For enterprises that are looking for advice on how to securely onboard remote, freelance or contract workers, or third-party service providers, this eBook offers four of the critical best practices for securing the workplace of the future.

Managing Remote Access in the Age of the Digital Workforce
Following The Remote Work Revolution, How Do You Manage Remote Access Long-Term? Find out in the eBook. The global pandemic forced companies to pivot to a work from home approach – but remote work (or virtual work) has been gaining momentum since the early days of technology. Many companies are now calling remote work the “new normal”, and experts say that this shift in thinking won’t change any time soon.

How secure, compliant SaaS-based environments enable and sustain virtual work.

Secure, compliant SaaS-based work environments are specifically built to facilitate fast provisioning of globally distributed teams and a virtual workforce anywhere on the planet with an internet connection. The cloud elasticity of the Tehama platform, for example, means it can scale up or down quickly as needed, with virtual offices, rooms and desktops provisioned in minutes – a far cry from most virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) or desktop-as-a-service (DaaS) offerings, which usually require weeks or even months to set up and configure.

Tehama’s secure perimeters, automated encryption, continuous malware protection, and network segregation maintains the highest level of security while running in any web browser on any device. It’s also SOC 2 Type II certified, ensuring airtight compliance through built-in controls, forensic auditing and activity monitoring.

Put simply, SaaS-based virtual work environments are the fastest, easiest, most secure way to deploy – and sustain – a virtual workforce.   

The data is telling us that remote work through distributed, global teams isn’t just a fad. It’s here to stay and will likely become more popular than ever in 2020 and beyond. The only question now is which organizations are best positioned to take advantage.

Managing Remote Access in the Age of the Digital Workforce explores the history of remote work, and later looks at how to make sure that your corporate assets are secure while employees, contractors and third-party service providers  are working from any location.