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Tehama’s enterprise Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) platform provides better endpoint security, but for less cost and with far greater flexibility than traditional DaaS solutions.

Tehama’s first-of-its-kind DaaS solution eliminates endpoint security concerns while simplifying and speeding up the provisioning of a global workforce. Get a globally distributed team up and running in minutes – no matter where they’re located – while keeping corporate systems and IP locked down through secure virtual rooms and desktops featuring automated, out-of-the-box monitoring, auditing and credential management tools.

Traditional DaaS vs Tehama

Traditional DaaS and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) technology, while well established, can’t defend against a growing number of threats to your business and its corporate systems. From outside hackers, to internal human error, to compliance issues brought on by ballooning data velocities and increased regulations, today’s DaaS solutions simply can’t keep up with the modern workplace.

Enter Tehama. With its trailblazing technology, IT teams don’t need to place controls and frameworks on managed individual laptops or other devices. And the C-suite can rest assured that Tehama’s Room Directory, zero-trust access controls, policy controls and dynamic firewall rules help their organization meet security and compliance requirements with no integration, infrastructure or additional IT administration.

Additionally, today’s legacy VDI and DaaS providers—like Citrix, VMware and Microsoft—do not offer a complete solution for securing remote work and connecting remote teams to data.  With any of our competitors, you would need to integrate multiple vendor solutions to do what Tehama’s single platform does.

Built-in Capabilities Tehama Legacy DaaS Legacy VDI
Virtual Desktops
Zero-Trust Network Isolation
Multi-Factor Authentication & Endpoint Isolation
Least Privilege Permissions
Data & IP Protection
Deep Forensic Auditing
Regulatory Compliance and Auditing

Deploy 1 to 10,000 secure & compliant virtual desktops anywhere in the world, in minutes.

There’s no getting around it: traditional DaaS is little more than an unmanaged cloud-based operating system (OS) that typically needs a lot of babysitting. For a DaaS model to be secure and compliant, IT teams need a battery of complex controls and frameworks placed on each endpoint device – not exactly a formula for nimble provisioning across multiple continents.

With Tehama’s Enterprise DaaS platform, you can deliver one, 10, or 10,000 virtual desktops across the globe in minutes and keep them running seamlessly for a day, a week, a month, or indefinitely. It provides the same or better network capabilities as a traditional DaaS model, along with world-class security mechanisms and controls that can be rolled out at scale – and scaled-down, if necessary, just as quickly.

Built In Compliance

Tehama includes built-in SOC 2 Type II compliance controls, is audited and certified by Deloitte every six months, and rotates penetration testers every quarter. Administrators can apply policies to each Tehama Workroom to restrict access based on geography or employee permissions, or require a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) before gaining access. And thanks to Tehama’s airtight auditing tools, policy adherence and changes are automatically tracked in the platform’s compliance audit logs. Learn more.

Contextual Forensic Auditing

Everything that happens in every Tehama Workroom – including when and by whom it was created; which users have logged in, when, and for how long; how many sessions or login attempts have been made; or who has accessed which files – is logged in an activity stream timeline. It’s also recorded. That means every Tehama Workroom is perfectly witnessed in real time through these logs and recordings, providing hard evidence for regulators or auditors looking to prove compliance to requirements or investigators performing vital research.

Enterprise-level Security

Each Tehama Workroom provides secure remote access through always-on automated encryption, secure perimeters, least privilege permissions and zero-trust network isolation. File vaults within each Workroom allow users to easily share files that are continuously scanned for viruses or malware, while providing complete control over upload or download of files within a Workroom. Each Tehama Workroom also contains a secrets vault, which can store privileged credentials with password obfuscation while also providing dynamic credentials, expiring passwords, and firewalls in real time. To guard against data loss, outside access to the general Internet can also be restricted. It’s all complemented by a full audit trail. Learn more.

Onboarding (& Offboarding) Global Teams

Onboarding global teams using traditional DaaS can take weeks, while onboarding a new vendor can take up to six to nine months – an unacceptable delay in today’s business climate. That’s why Tehama is optimized for easy provisioning of custom workrooms, allowing easy onboarding and offboarding with a complete audit trail of who proposed, approved, rejected, or removed any member of the Tehama Workroom.
Tehama Workrooms can also support and fully audit multiple organizations collaborating within a single workspace, along with High Performance Compute (HPC) use cases for engineers and data scientists.

See how you can build a secure, sustainable remote workforce with Tehama’s Enterprise DaaS platform.

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