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Reducing the Attack Surface for Remote Workers

October 07, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

With the majority of the world's workforce shifting to remote work over the past 7 months, organizations are finding that their attack surface has grown significantly. Recently a spate of reports have come out identifying a massive spike in attacks targeted at remote workers, including: 

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Filed Under: Security, Remote Work, VPN, Working From Home, Product

Why It's Time to Move Beyond VPNs for Secure Remote Work

September 08, 2020
By Brandon Lee

Since the beginning of this year, organizations have been under increased pressure to provide quick and effective ways to allow employees to effectively shift from working in the office to working at home.  Many organizations had to scramble to provision infrastructure and technologies that allow employees to remotely connect to business-critical resources. 

While some businesses may have...

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Filed Under: Best Practices, Security, Virtual Application Delivery, Remote Work, VPN

Protecting Against the Spike in Remote Work-Focused Ransomware

August 25, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

A recent post from Catalin Cimpanu (@campuscodi) at ZDnet cites two separate reports - both of which highlight the fact that ransomware attacks are at an all-time high as ransomware groups target remote workers. 

According to two recent reports in recent weeks from Coveware and Emisoft, even though there have been highly-public attacks targeting unpatched Citrix servers and Pulse Secure VPN...

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Filed Under: RDP Issues, Virtual Desktops, Security, Citrix, VPN

This Isn't Temporary - This is the Future of Work

July 14, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

As many locations around the world experience a resurgence in COVID-19 cases, a simple truth has become even more evident:

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Filed Under: Cloud Migration, Remote Work, VPN, Working From Home, Digital Workspaces, Future of Work

How to Eliminate VPNs While Enabling Remote Work

June 24, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

VPNs were created back in the late 1990’s to allow site-to-site connection by virtualizing network access at the TCP/IP level. The primary use-case at the time was to connect various corporate offices into a unified network. Since then, VPNs have grown in popularity and have been used for many more use-cases - many of which depart significantly from the original intent and function of the...

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Filed Under: Technology, Remote Work, COVID-19, VPN, Working From Home

VPNs Were a Temporary Fix, But Its Time for a Long-Term WFH Strategy

May 14, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

This week Twitter became the first large company to formally announce that their employees can continue to work from home forever. But rest assured they are far from the last company to make an announcement like this. Everywhere you look there are new surveys and reports stating that companies are making similar long-term or permanent remote work plans. For example, this survey from Gartner...

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Filed Under: Virtual Application Delivery, Remote Work, COVID-19, VPN, Working From Home

Remote Work is Here to Stay - Don’t Settle for a Temporary Fix

May 07, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

A recent survey from CNBC & Change Research found that 42% of respondents nationwide are working from home – a significant increase from the 9% who say they worked “completely from home” before the pandemic. And it has been interesting to witness the evolution of the conversation that organizations have been having about this major shift to remote work. There have been a few notable phases in...

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Filed Under: Digital Transformation, VDI, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Windows Virtual Desktop, Citrix, Virtual Application Delivery, Remote Work, COVID-19, VPN, Working From Home

Talking Remote Work and NoVPN with eChannelNews

April 23, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

Earlier this week our CEO, Andrew Miller, had the pleasure of sitting down (virtually, of course) with Julian Lee of eChannelNEWS for a conversation about how to effectively deliver secure access to business-critical applications for remote workers. 

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Filed Under: Virtual Application Delivery, Remote Work, COVID-19, VPN, Working From Home

3 Lessons Learned from the Surge in Remote Work

April 21, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

In the past few weeks, we have had the honor of helping dozens and dozens of new customers quickly and securely deliver their business-critical applications to all of their remote workers. And we’ve helped our existing customers rapidly expand their virtual application delivery to a whole new group of remote workers as shelter in place orders were enacted.

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Filed Under: VDI, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Citrix, Virtual Application Delivery, Remote Work, COVID-19, VPN, Working From Home

VDI or VPN for Remote Work? Neither.

April 09, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

There has been no shortage of blog posts and articles recently with opinions on the best and most efficient technologies for enabling your remote workforce. Unfortunately, especially when those articles/posts are written by technology vendors, you can be presented with a false choice that makes it more difficult to assess all of your options. 

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Filed Under: Virtual Desktops, VDI, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Remote Work, COVID-19, VPN, Working From Home