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Providing Secure Employee Work-From-Home IT Solutions

As organizations seek to provide safety for their workers while maintaining the safety of their data, they will face increased security risks delivering mission-critical applications to remote employees while keeping them efficient and the business running. Getting this done quickly is easier than you might think.

Join the solutions experts at Scale Computing to learn more about industry best practices and things to consider as you look to provide better, more secure remote working solutions for your employees.

Learn about, and see a demo for, the following:

• Remote Desktop Access - How users can securely connect to remote desktop sessions for access to all the applications and data they need.
• Run on Existing Infrastructure - How you can enable remote worker desktop sessions on the existing physical desktops, virtual desktop infrastructure, or terminal service solutions you currently run.
• Improved Security – How to keep data off of the end user’s remote devices, to ensure that sensitive data never leaves your data center.
• Bring Your Own Device - How you can enable users to use the devices they prefer to access desktop sessions and applications efficiently and securely.
Recorded May 28 2020 36 mins
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Alan Conboy, Office of the CTO, Scale Computing | Karen Gondoly, CEO, Leostream
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    In this webinar you will learn:
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    As organizations seek to provide safety for their workers while maintaining the safety of their data, they will face increased security risks delivering mission-critical applications to remote employees while keeping them efficient and the business running. Getting this done quickly is easier than you might think.

    Join the solutions experts at Scale Computing to learn more about industry best practices and things to consider as you look to provide better, more secure remote working solutions for your employees.

    Learn about, and see a demo for, the following:

    • Remote Desktop Access - How users can securely connect to remote desktop sessions for access to all the applications and data they need.
    • Run on Existing Infrastructure - How you can enable remote worker desktop sessions on the existing physical desktops, virtual desktop infrastructure, or terminal service solutions you currently run.
    • Improved Security – How to keep data off of the end user’s remote devices, to ensure that sensitive data never leaves your data center.
    • Bring Your Own Device - How you can enable users to use the devices they prefer to access desktop sessions and applications efficiently and securely.
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Scale Computing is the industry leading application platform for EDGE computing environments covering global retail, manufacturing, financial services and government. Driven by patented technologies, HC3 systems install in minutes, can be expanded without downtime, self-heal from failures, and optimizes workloads with highly efficient and cost-effect architecture.

The mission at Scale Computing since has always been to change traditional thinking about IT infrastructure and provide an alternative to complex and costly solutions. Scale Computing has provided innovation in storage architecture, hyperconverged infrastructure, ease of use, and cloud-based disaster recovery.

Our innovations have not only made highly available, scalable, and reliable compute systems accessible for nearly any size implementation including small and midsize organizations, but have proved a perfect fit for edge computing use cases.

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