Arming Defence Personnel with Optimized Remote Workforce Solutions
The Canadian Defence Team’s 24,000 civilian employees had to shift to the home office. Given civilian workers’ access to sensitive information and rigid security protocols, most computer-based work was previously carried out ‘on-premises’. The move to the home office has therefore been a significant shift for defence organizations – requiring them to rethink their approach to technology.
The pandemic-driven challenges have only strained existing issues faced by the broader defence industry when it comes to remote work. Amid a backdrop of ongoing military engagements and important time-sensitive projects, the ability to enable secure, time-sensitive, remote computing has been a significant pain point for some time – with the Department of National Defence (DND) struggling to keep up with remote computing needs across Canada’s 68,000 active military, 27,000 reservists, and numerous specialists, contractors and collaborators.
Download Tehama's eBook on Arming Defence Personnel with Optimized Remote Workforce Solutions to learn about:
- How defence organizations can overcome remote work challenges without compromising safety and security.
- How modern next-gen remote access solutions can enable secure high performance computing across diverse military personnel roles.
- How the defence sector can realize significant soft and hard cost benefits - eliminate laptop shipping, refresh cycles and more.
Who should read it:
- Defence IT and Security Leadership
- Defence contractors