New Raytheon Solutions Aim to Secure Mobile Collaboration; Ed Hammersla Comments


Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions announced Wednesday that its cross domain solutions will now include accessing cloud networks and terrestrial networks from mobile devices.

Raytheon said in a statement that constant seamless collaboration has become very important in government, and their new solutions will allow employees to continue working on their smart phones and have the network be secure.

“We are developing our mobile strategy based on direct user feedback,” said Ed Hammersla, chief operating officer for RTCS.

He added, “The level of security required for cross domain mobile computing varies from customer to customer; thus we are building sufficient flexibility into our mobile solution to enable us to meet a variety of needs.”

Raytheon says that they are now offering a redisplay client for mobile devices which securely taps into the existing Trusted Thin Client, a program which lets users remotely and securely access information from a single connection point.

The redisplay client can be used on employee’s personal devices or work issued devices and is currently available in demo form.

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