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Xamin Offers Free SOC2 Secure Remote Connectivity During COVID-19 Pandemic

Managed IT service provider offers technical assistance to help organizations remotely connect their employees during crisis

  Xamin, a leading provider of managed IT services for highly regulated and reputation-sensitive companies, announced today the company is temporarily offering its SOC2 secure remote solution at no cost to help highly regulated and reputation-sensitive companies securely connect their remote workforce.

Due to the influx of people working remotely amidst the coronavirus pandemic, providing a secure and protected network is becoming increasingly important for employers and their employees. In fact, in a recent study, more than 52 percent of employees shared that their workplace has restricted travel and required them to work remotely, according to TechRepublic.

While this unexpected change to a predominately remote workforce can make any company uneasy, Xamin is easing the transition by making its SOC2 secure remote access solution available at no cost to highly regulated and reputation-sensitive companies. The solution helps companies securely connect their workforce from home, making it easy for employees to access their workflows and necessary documents, and it runs out of Xamin’s SOC2 certified datacenter, ensuring all connections are highly secure and void of risk.

The solution provides an encrypted and secure way to remotely access systems that are left in the office. These systems can be accessed from anywhere with a web browser and an internet connection. For more information, contact Jake Charuk, Business Development Coordinator at Xamin, at [email protected] or call him directly at 815-322-5110.

“Although some companies are prepared to handle this pandemic through disaster recovery testing and business continuity planning, we’ve seen others struggling to enact plans to scale-up their remote work infrastructure to handle the massive change in users needing access to remote connectivity,” said Jonathan Smith, CEO of Xamin. “At Xamin, we want to provide technical assistance to companies still looking to securely connect their remote employees, so we are offering our SOC2 secure remote solution at no cost during the COVID-19 crisis. If you need help securing your remote workforce, please reach out, so we can extend our support.”

Additionally, Xamin recently provided tips on how to minimize the attack surface for potential bad actors and malicious software and recommendations for how to secure an organization’s remote workforce during a crisis to help alleviate some of the security concerns. To learn more, visit Xamin’s website.


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