Introducing Cubeless: simple and comprehensive remote workforce security.

Hey there, folks; it's Treb Ryan, GM of Cubeless, here, and today I want to talk about the challenges of implementing remote workforce security. Remote work has become increasingly popular in recent years, and even after the pandemic, it is here to stay for many businesses.

However, with this shift to remote work, there hasn’t been a shift in how we secure remote workers and make sure our data is safe. Instead, most companies have implemented a hodge-podge of tools designed to mimic the office computing environment, if they have implemented anything at all. This has led to a byzantine level of tools, policies, and procedures that are unrealistic for most companies and teams to implement. This blog post alone suggests 25(!) things you need to do to secure remote work.

It’s no wonder so many companies end up not doing anything at all. How can anyone stay on top of 25 things and still get their day job done? Even if you have a dedicated information security team, the chances are they can’t ensure everything is airtight on 25 different things with workers spread out around the country and the world.

Fortunately, there’s a better alternative to secure remote workers: a remote-native solution.

ModSquad, Cubeless’ parent company, has been providing the best customer experience services for over 15 years to the top brands in the world. Since day one, they have been doing it with remote native workers, and these workers – the “Mods” – are a humongous part of what makes ModSquad work for its customers.

So they needed a remote workforce security solution that would keep their brand’s data safe, be easy to implement for workers worldwide, and make sure the Mods who used it liked it so that they could focus on their jobs and their customers.

The key idea? Secure the user and data, not the office. A simple multi-factor verification of who the user is gives them access to a cloud environment that’s isolated and locked down from the rest of the world. All the important parts of security are handled behind the scenes. If the user can download a mobile app and use a web browser, they can get world-class remote security.

Now, we are bringing Cubeless to the world, so anyone can use it. We have made Cubeless easy to use for both the users and your tech team. Simply sign up for Cubeless, choose which apps you want users to access through it, and then invite your users. Everything else is bundled in from there. VPNs, anti-virus, copy and paste protection, key log blocking, secure cloud storage, and much more.

If an employee starts using us, you pay one low monthly fee. When they stop, you stop paying. No long-term commitments; no worrying about having multiple software licenses to manage for multiple users.

If you’d like to try this out, I encourage you to sign up for the beta now. If you are chosen to participate, you will receive an email inviting you to join, and you can sign up on your own. If you’d like to see a demo of the system, click here, or sign up for a live demo and get a chance to meet our customer success team.

Remote workforce security should be easy and painless enough that anyone can access it. With Cubeless, it is.


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