November 25, 2019–Ottawa, ON–Tehama, the leading SaaS provider of secure virtual offices (Rooms and Desktops) enabling global teams and third parties to securely work on mission-critical systems, is pleased to announce a global expansion into new region availability for our secured virtual offices in London, Frankfurt, and Singapore.
The expansion builds on Tehama’s ongoing presence across the United States, Canada, Ireland and Australia. Tehama is a cloud-based solution that provides all the IT infrastructure needed for global enterprises to quickly deploy secure, virtual, cloud-based offices to securely onboard, manage, scale, and audit employees, freelancers, and service providers.
"Data sovereignty, security, and the threat of data breaches are global concerns, and there are no borders when it comes to cyber threats. We are rapidly expanding into new regions to provide a higher level of data security for anyone working with or providing access to valuable data or IP," said Tehama founder and CEO Paul Vallée. "Tehama's mission is to enable the internet of work through its secure and compliant platform.”
The Tehama platform is purpose-built with data security at its core: Tehama's virtual rooms can be provisioned to meet specific policies and regulations, and session recordings provide an airtight audit trail of perfectly witnessed work. Tehama is SOC 2 Type II compliant and features 100-plus controls built right into the platform – saving work and aggravation for enterprises and the duplication of effort from service providers’ compliance strategies.
Tehama is the leading provider of secure and virtual desktops on the cloud to enable fast and compliant onboarding, scaling, managing, and auditing of a global workforce. Tehama is a cloud-based SaaS solution that provides all the IT infrastructure needed for enterprises to connect, leverage, and grow global teams securely. Tehama's built-in SOC 2 Type II controls significantly reduce the risk of malware intrusion into corporate networks from remote devices and eliminates the potential of privileged credential theft and lateral network movement associated with VPN access.