'A very large opportunity': Tehama has high hopes for new cybersecurity platform for at-home workers
Software that lets off-site employees securely access company data on their laptops and other devices has gone from a nice idea to something many customers see as a must-have commodity.
Tehama is in the right place at the right time to respond to the radical shift to a remote-first mentality.
In Ottawa, 24 companies have landed a combined $91 million in VC funding from January to the end of September, according to the latest Canadian Venture Capital Report compiled by CPE Analytics.
Firm has seen demand for its platform that streamlines the medical research process for academics, health organizations and other agencies skyrocket during the pandemic.
A total of 16 local companies landed VC financing in the first six months of this year, up from a dozen in the first half of 2019.
Capital's VC haul down more than 75 per cent from the first quarter of last year.
Host company says the event will feature business leaders “showcasing the best thinking on sustaining morale, productivity and security for transitioning to a digital-first workforce.”
Platform that lets employees securely access company data on their laptops and other devices sees surge in demand during COVID-19 crisis.
With the number of Canadians working from home climbing dramatically, local companies are going ‘flat out’ to deliver solutions
Ottawa tech CEOs are joining their counterparts across the province in calling on the Ontario government for immediate relief to maintain the sectors’ operations through the COVID-19 disruptions