Teleport: Protecting your Windows Fleet with Zero-Trust
In today's increasingly remote-first business landscape, secure and efficient access to Windows desktops and servers has become more crucial than ever. Join us in this illuminating webinar as we navigate the evolving patterns and practices of remote access, and how to optimally safeguard your Windows Servers. We will spotlight common access patterns, detailing the do's and don'ts for ensuring secure access.
The focus will then shift to the Teleport Access Platform, as we delve deep into the nuances of Teleport Desktop Access. Discover the power and flexibility of identity-based, passwordless access to Windows hosts across all computing environments, whether in the cloud, on-premises, or on the edge. With Teleport Desktop Access, managing your Windows infrastructure becomes a seamless, secure, and productive experience. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your organization's remote access strategy, for companies using AD and non-AD attached Windows Servers.
In this episode, we will cover:
- Exploring Common Remote Access Patterns: Understand the evolving patterns of accessing Windows desktops and servers in remote work settings.
- Navigating Secure Access to Windows Servers: Delve into the best practices and pitfalls to avoid while managing secure access to Windows servers.
- Deep Dive into Teleport Access Platform: Uncover the features and benefits of the Teleport Access Platform, focusing on its implications for security and accessibility in remote work environments.
- Unpacking Teleport Desktop Access: Gain in-depth insights into the functionalities of Teleport Desktop Access and how it fosters secure and efficient remote access.
- Embracing Identity-Based, Passwordless Access: Discover how Teleport Desktop Access enables identity-based, passwordless access across diverse computing environments including cloud, on-premises, and edge setups.
Expanding your knowledge:
- Zero-Trust For Windows
- Teleport Desktop Access
- How to implement and why Passwordless access is better for Windows server.