ANDOVER, Mass. -- Addressing the challenges and limitations associated with supporting a remote and mobile workforce as well as virtual employees, Sentillion, the leading provider of identity and access management solutions for the healthcare industry, today unveiled vThere. This virtualized remote access solution enables organizations from any industry to deliver exactly the same application access, user experience and level of security as if the user were physically within the enterprise, without the need for a costly server-based infrastructure. Available immediately, vThere is the inaugural solution from the companys new strategic business unit, Sentillion vBusiness.
Until the advent of vThere, organizations were forced to choose between remote access solutions that required expensive systems infrastructure and management, delivered inferior user experiences, or introduced security threats to the IT organization, said Paul Roscoe, president, Sentillion vBusiness. vThere presents a new paradigm for remote access because it doesnt require an organization to make such trade-offs.
vThere leverages virtualization technology to enable users to run fully isolated, software-only PCs on computers in remote venues such as a home or branch office. vThere provides a virtual computer that replicates the same experience workers have when physically within the enterprise, including desktop look and feel, access to applications, printers and file sharing and network security.