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Tanium Brings Intelligence to the Edge with Zero-Infrastructure Endpoint Management and Security

Tanium as a Service provides enterprise-grade visibility and control across complex distributed environments for both IT operations and security.

Emeryville, Calif., July 22, 2020 – Tanium, the provider of unified endpoint management and security built for the world’s most demanding IT environments, today announced Tanium as a Service, a zero infrastructure endpoint management and security platform. Tanium as a Service optimizes Tanium’s patented architecture to quickly and efficiently manage and secure devices in a remote work world. The Tanium agent brings intelligence to each endpoint for instant visibility and unparalleled context, enabling IT operations and security teams to act quickly to efficiently manage and secure the environment anywhere endpoints exist.

According to forthcoming survey research from Tanium, businesses are struggling to manage and secure endpoints spread across a remote workforce. Even as cyber attacks increase, frontline defenses like patch management are slipping due to process and management gaps.

“Most endpoint management solutions are designed for office environments, expecting devices to leave the network for occasional travel or work from home. In other words, the world the way it was,” said Ralph Loura, CIO at Lumentum. “Tanium as a Service is designed for remote work environments, expecting some devices to return to the office only occasionally. In other words, the world the way it is. This innovation and commitment to adapting to business needs is why I’m a three-time Tanium customer.”

Tanium as a Service provides enterprise-grade visibility and control across complex distributed environments for both IT operations and security. With its cloud-hosted and cloud-delivered model, built on Amazon Web Services (AWS), customers can perform important IT operations, risk, and security tasks with zero infrastructure and zero overhead, regardless of the number or geographic location of endpoints, or the amount of data being collected. AWS’s highly secure and scalable global infrastructure helps enable Tanium to securely and instantly address dynamic peaks in customer demand.

Tanium is powered by the Intelligent Edge, a uniquely-Tanium approach that delivers intelligence to endpoints, increasing data quality and delivery speed. This ensures organizations and government agencies can secure and manage endpoints everywhere at speed and scale, without the need to deploy additional agents or infrastructure.

§  Endpoint Intelligence teaches devices to provide information or ask for updates only when a management issue or security incident arises. This approach optimizes how data is retrieved from and delivered to endpoints, increasing speed and efficiency and reducing management and infrastructure overhead associated with unnecessary data movement.

§  Threat Detection and Response leverages endpoint intelligence to provide real-time visibility into and detection of compromise and post-compromise activity at the endpoint. Automated response helps organizations decrease the impact of malicious cyber activity and recover quickly.

§  Proactive Endpoint Management quickly identifies unpatched desktops and servers on both modern and legacy operating systems and provides remediation for vulnerabilities without overburdening networks or relying on expensive infrastructure.

“As enterprises adapt to the work-from-anywhere world, they deeply need platforms that allow them to manage massive, distributed, complex, and changing environments with ease,” said Orion Hindawi, co-founder and co-CEO at Tanium. “Tanium has always provided an unparalleled platform for large enterprise endpoint management, focused on the largest companies in the world. With our Tanium as a Service offering, we are opening our platform up to many more customers and lowering the barrier to entry, giving many more enterprises the power that Tanium can uniquely provide to control this new IT landscape.”

Tanium as a Service is available immediately. For more information visit:

To receive a demo of Tanium today visit https://www.tanium.com/see-a-demo/

What the Industry is Saying

“Tanium as a Service leverages AWS’s services, deep security controls, and capacity to scale to address dynamic peaks in customer demand. Security is the top priority for AWS and we are delighted Tanium has selected AWS services and infrastructure to help provide customers with endpoint management and security across their entire IT estate.” –– Angelo Comazzetto, Principal, Office of the CISO, Amazon Web Services, Inc.

“With ‘work from home’ (WFH) becoming the new normal, Tanium as a Service could not have come at a more critical time. Tanium has developed a distinctive unified platform for endpoint management and security that requires no on-premises infrastructure. Organizations can enable critical IT operations and security tasks on-demand without a need to physically deploy infrastructure of any kind.” –– Michael Suby, Research Vice President at IDC

“At Verizon, we are focused on connecting our customers to solutions that can enable them to run their businesses in a more secure and efficient way. Tanium is a trusted technology partner when it comes to managing and protecting endpoints on a corporate network.” –– Alex Schlager, Chief Product Officer for Cybersecurity at Verizon Business

“WWT partners with Tanium to help our joint customers strengthen their security posture, reduce risk and meet IT operational goals. Tanium as a Service further extends these capabilities to the distributed edge, giving our customers the visibility and control they need to manage evolving operations without needing to manage or maintain additional infrastructure. It’s fast to deploy, simple to manage, and rapidly delivers value to our joint customers.” –– Chris Schwind, Technical Solutions Architect, World Wide Technology

“With Tanium as a Service, we can help our customers even faster and without any infrastructure. This is a game-changer for time-critical incident response and compromise assessments.” –– Ernesto Hartmann, Chief Cyber Defence Officer, InfoGuard

About Tanium

Tanium offers a unified endpoint management and security platform that is built for the world’s most demanding IT environments. Many of the largest and most sophisticated organizations, including more than half of the Fortune 100, top retailers and financial institutions, and all five branches of the US Armed Forces rely on Tanium to make confident decisions, operate efficiently and effectively, and remain resilient against disruption. Tanium ranks 7th on the Forbes list of “Top 100 Private Companies in Cloud Computing” for 2019 and 10th on FORTUNE’s list of the “100 Best Medium Workplaces.” Visit us at www.tanium.com and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.


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