LocalZone is the secret sauce behind Venn's Virtual Desktop Alternative (VDA).
Through patented application, filesystem and network isolation techniques, Venn eliminates the performance and compatibility challenges associated with legacy VDI.
LocalZone creates a smart, secure perimeter around a user’s local applications and data.
Remote app management and provisioning
On-demand access to work files and apps
Separation of work and personal data
Device compliance and DLP protections
Venn leverages multi-factor authentication (MFA) and comprehensive device compliance checking
Users work locally with responsive performance and seamless integration
User work apps are badged, providing a visual cue on their organization’s active Data Loss Prevention policy
Users’ work activity is audited to meet compliance & regulatory requirements without compromising privacy
Delivers responsive performance and a familiar experience from the user’s local device
Organizes work apps in data in one convenient location
Works across desktop and mobile environments
Keeps work files and data encrypted at rest, in use and in transit
Protects data even when passwords are compromised or malware is detected
Combines integrated enterprise file syncing & sharing with granular data leakage controls to protect sensitive data
Prevents firm and customer files from being transferred to employee personal devices
Separates non-work activities so a user’s personal apps and data are not tracked or monitored
Provides transparent auditing controls so users know exactly what employers are tracking
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