TetherView - Virtual Desktops are Replacing Laptops by Creating Highly Secure and Compliant Digital Workspaces

A virtual desktop is a desktop that can be accessed over the internet from practically anywhere and performs in the same way as a physical desktop when using a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure. Anyone can log on using a PC, Mac, laptop, iPad, Browser, or smartphone, broadening the range of devices and operating systems they can utilize, as well as where and when they can work. Data is kept in the cloud, so no information is stored locally on users' personal devices. If the device is lost, this is extremely useful because it means there is a low-security risk and no work will be lost. The level of personalization customers will have when they connect to their virtual desktop will depend on whether they utilize persistent VDI or non-persistent VDI.

TetherView is a place where customers can experience leading virtual desktop technology, cutting-edge IT security, protection against cyber threats, and a fully compliant system that is crafted to meet your unique needs. TetherView helps businesses set up and manage digital workspaces by providing industry-leading virtual desktop and email security solutions. TetherView, the inventor of the Frictionless Cloud, can help users decrease their IT footprint and turn their legacy IT infrastructure into a fully managed, turnkey private cloud solution with banking grade compliance, and military-grade security. According to cyber expert Michael Abboud of Tetherview.com, the single finest IT tool for any firm is the deployment of Virtual Desktops.

The best practice is to give users a single digital workspace, or Digital Bunker, where they can access all of their business data or applications and email from a single virtual location. The Digital Bunker is only accessible through a single point of entry, which allows access only when a number of "factors of authentication" have been verified. User behavior inside the Digital Bunker is closely watched, tracked, and regulated. A whitelist technique is used in businesses with higher levels of sensitivity, where users can only access programs, data, or websites that have been checked and approved by the organization's management and security teams.

Zero Trust solutions typically hinder productivity. The proper implementation of Zero Trust is to force users to a known and secure workplace and quadruple-check the users’ identity before they enter. With a Digital Bunker, data does not reside locally on a user’s device. Traditional Zero-Trust solutions allow data to sit locally everywhere, making it impossible to have visibility of control” says Michael Abboud. TetherView's Digital Bunker virtual desktop is designed to exceed the requirements of any regulator on a mission to create Digital Bunkers for every business, so no need to trust a local device and users only have one password to remember. “This technology has been available for a while, but TetherView is distributive because we focus on how to curate and manage the most critical tools together. We believe in solving IT problems with the simplest and most elegant solutions,, minimizing complexity. "We combine great people, great technology, to deliver a world leading service." Abboud mentions further.

TetherView's Digital Bunker takes a holistic approach by combining more than 65 different solutions, including compliance, 24/7 security, backup, mobility, and single sign-on password management, rather than buying security technology as a standalone and solving issues independently, which is more difficult and ineffective. Users are never locked into a device, location, or internet connection. And it is a private cloud that stands out from the crowd. The Digital Bunker provides a consistent virtual desktop that can be accessed from any connection or device, reducing IT footprint and data distribution.  The Digital Bunker brings users to their data and applications with the use of Virtual Desktops, Pocket Protector (TV's Mobile Device Management, and Managed Email Security).