Emerging Technology

Supporting Cutting-Edge Startups

Continuum works with companies ranging from seed stage startups to the largest technology companies in the world, helping them drive products to successful adoption. By helping them fit their solutions to current market trends and understand their customer’s business challenges, we drive results for them, their customers, and the value-chain that helps drive product to market. Our team is privileged to work with some of the most interesting early-stage technologies, driving the innovation and new methodologies that are leading the next technology evolution.

Continuum works with companies ranging from seed stage startups to the largest technology companies in the world, helping them drive products to successful adoption. By helping them fit their solutions to current market trends and understand their customer’s business challenges, we drive results for them, their customers, and the value-chain that helps drive product to market. Our team is privileged to work with some of the most interesting early-stage technologies, driving the innovation and new methodologies that are leading the next technology evolution.

Adaptive Access

The security landscape is littered with point products solving specific problems and new buzzwords providing old promises without a clear path to execution. What’s needed is a holistic solution to the core problem of providing the right access, to the right actor, at the right time. Learn how emerging tech is addressing this challenge without bolting on another solution or requiring a replacement of existing effort and tooling.

Secure Hybrid Work

In today’s world, work happens everywhere. This simultaneously expands productivity and strains IT delivery. Providing agile, secure productivity to users wherever they work is no easy task. IT must protect the sensitive data they work with, without burdening users with cumbersome security hassles. Learn how new technologies are driving remote productivity, securely.

Cloud App Modernization

With technology shifting at an ever-increasing pace, yesterday’s innovative system can quickly become today’s orphaned legacy environment. Having solutions that can bring yesterday’s applications and workloads forward, provisioning and managing them on the private or public environment of your choice is critical to success. Learn how modern solutions are addressing app modernization and cloud migration without leaving legacy behind.

Adaptive Access

The security landscape is littered with point products solving specific problems and new buzzwords providing old promises without a clear path to execution. What’s needed is a holistic solution to the core problem of providing the right access, to the right actor, at the right time. Learn how emerging tech is addressing this challenge without bolting on another solution or requiring a replacement of existing effort and tooling.

Secure Hybrid Work

In today’s world, work happens everywhere. This simultaneously expands productivity and strains IT delivery. Providing agile, secure productivity to users wherever they work is no easy task. IT must protect the sensitive data they work with, without burdening users with cumbersome security hassles. Learn how new technologies are driving remote productivity, securely.

Cloud App Modernization

With technology shifting at an ever-increasing pace, yesterday’s innovative system can quickly become today’s orphaned legacy environment. Having solutions that can bring yesterday’s applications and workloads forward, provisioning and managing them on the private or public environment of your choice is critical to success. Learn how modern solutions are addressing app modernization and cloud migration without leaving legacy behind.

Delivering Pervasive Identity as the Foundation of Trust
Information security is built upon trust relationships. Trust of users, devices, and things (actors) accessing applications and data (resources). Modern approaches such as ‘Zero Trust’ aren’t used literally, instead they refer to models that eliminate ‘default trust’, trust without verification or enforcement. Identity is a foundational requirement for trust. Effective enforcement is impossible without verifying the identity of the actor and resource before making a security policy decision.

Modern identity architectures are lacking in both scope and required context. This leaves an unstable foundation from which to build modern security architectures like Defense in Depth or Zero Trust. An example of insufficient scope would be identity tools designed for cloud which lack support for on-premises resources. Meanwhile, contextual shortfall examples include treating a user the same regardless of whether they’re in the office, or a public coffee shop, or ignoring the security implications of them providing two weeks’ notice along with a resignation.

To learn how adaptive access is transforming the identity market by bringing together correlated identity, granular enforcement, and simplified policy authoring without the need to replace existing systems, click below to schedule a meeting.
Delivering Holistic Lifecycle Management for Kubernetes
As containerization has become the standard deployment model for cloud applications, Kubernetes has emerged as the dominant leader in container management. This market consolidation has brought significant advantages while leaving one major gap. How do you manage multiple Kubernetes clusters across multiple environments and distributions?

There are varied use cases for running multiple Kubernetes clusters, from legacy containers to separation of development, staging, and production environments. These environments may rely on multiple distributions, and multiple on and off premises environments. While Kubernetes manages the clusters themselves, lifecycle management of those clusters is still a manual process.

To learn how you can consolidate Kubernetes cluster management across environments with support for legacy clusters, click below to schedule a meeting.
Delivering a Secure Desktop Experience for Hybrid Work
With hybrid being rapidly normalized and many organizations moving to remote-first or remote-only models, data retention and access is top of mind. Managing desktop images, and security profiles, across remote devices that may never return to a corporate office is no easy task. Further aggravating the problem is the sharing of data across those devices, which typically save it as persistent storage where unauthorized access and theft become major issues.

Traditional Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) helps to solve for this by centralizing both data and image management. This simplifies the operational and security models by consolidating control. What’s missing in traditional solutions is a policy system for resource access complete with alerting and auditing for compliance.

To learn how a DaaS solution with analytics, compliance auditing, and security can further enable your remote staff, click below to schedule a meeting.
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Delivering Pervasive Identity as the Foundation of Trust
Information security is built upon trust relationships. Trust of users, devices, and things (actors) accessing applications and data (resources). Modern approaches such as ‘Zero Trust’ aren’t used literally, instead they refer to models that eliminate ‘default trust’, trust without verification or enforcement. Identity is a foundational requirement for trust. Effective enforcement is impossible without verifying the identity of the actor and resource before making a security policy decision.

Modern identity architectures are lacking in both scope and required context. This leaves an unstable foundation from which to build modern security architectures like Defense in Depth or Zero Trust. An example of insufficient scope would be identity tools designed for cloud which lack support for on-premises resources. Meanwhile, contextual shortfall examples include treating a user the same regardless of whether they’re in the office, or a public coffee shop, or ignoring the security implications of them providing two weeks’ notice along with a resignation.

To learn how adaptive access is transforming the identity market by bringing together correlated identity, granular enforcement, and simplified policy authoring without the need to replace existing systems, click below to schedule a meeting.
Delivering Holistic Lifecycle Management for Kubernetes
As containerization has become the standard deployment model for cloud applications, Kubernetes has emerged as the dominant leader in container management. This market consolidation has brought significant advantages while leaving one major gap. How do you manage multiple Kubernetes clusters across multiple environments and distributions?

There are varied use cases for running multiple Kubernetes clusters, from legacy containers to separation of development, staging, and production environments. These environments may rely on multiple distributions, and multiple on and off premises environments. While Kubernetes manages the clusters themselves, lifecycle management of those clusters is still a manual process.

To learn how you can consolidate Kubernetes cluster management across environments with support for legacy clusters, click below to schedule a meeting.
Delivering a Secure Desktop Experience for Hybrid Work
With hybrid being rapidly normalized and many organizations moving to remote-first or remote-only models, data retention and access is top of mind. Managing desktop images, and security profiles, across remote devices that may never return to a corporate office is no easy task. Further aggravating the problem is the sharing of data across those devices, which typically save it as persistent storage where unauthorized access and theft become major issues.

Traditional Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) helps to solve for this by centralizing both data and image management. This simplifies the operational and security models by consolidating control. What’s missing in traditional solutions is a policy system for resource access complete with alerting and auditing for compliance.

To learn how a DaaS solution with analytics, compliance auditing, and security can further enable your remote staff, click below to schedule a meeting.
Previous
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Delivering Pervasive Identity as the Foundation of Trust
Information security is built upon trust relationships. Trust of users, devices, and things (actors) accessing applications and data (resources). Modern approaches such as ‘Zero Trust’ aren’t used literally, instead they refer to models that eliminate ‘default trust’, trust without verification or enforcement. Identity is a foundational requirement for trust. Effective enforcement is impossible without verifying the identity of the actor and resource before making a security policy decision.

Modern identity architectures are lacking in both scope and required context. This leaves an unstable foundation from which to build modern security architectures like Defense in Depth or Zero Trust. An example of insufficient scope would be identity tools designed for cloud which lack support for on-premises resources. Meanwhile, contextual shortfall examples include treating a user the same regardless of whether they’re in the office, or a public coffee shop, or ignoring the security implications of them providing two weeks’ notice along with a resignation.

To learn how adaptive access is transforming the identity market by bringing together correlated identity, granular enforcement, and simplified policy authoring without the need to replace existing systems, click below to schedule a meeting.
Delivering Holistic Lifecycle Management for Kubernetes
As containerization has become the standard deployment model for cloud applications, Kubernetes has emerged as the dominant leader in container management. This market consolidation has brought significant advantages while leaving one major gap. How do you manage multiple Kubernetes clusters across multiple environments and distributions?

There are varied use cases for running multiple Kubernetes clusters, from legacy containers to separation of development, staging, and production environments. These environments may rely on multiple distributions, and multiple on and off premises environments. While Kubernetes manages the clusters themselves, lifecycle management of those clusters is still a manual process.

To learn how you can consolidate Kubernetes cluster management across environments with support for legacy clusters, click below to schedule a meeting.
Delivering a Secure Desktop Experience for Hybrid Work
With hybrid being rapidly normalized and many organizations moving to remote-first or remote-only models, data retention and access is top of mind. Managing desktop images, and security profiles, across remote devices that may never return to a corporate office is no easy task. Further aggravating the problem is the sharing of data across those devices, which typically save it as persistent storage where unauthorized access and theft become major issues.

Traditional Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) helps to solve for this by centralizing both data and image management. This simplifies the operational and security models by consolidating control. What’s missing in traditional solutions is a policy system for resource access complete with alerting and auditing for compliance.

To learn how a DaaS solution with analytics, compliance auditing, and security can further enable your remote staff, click below to schedule a meeting.
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