- Operating System Isolation allows everything to be done in one of a few virtualized operating systems. All systems run locally, side-by-side, with full separation, giving no single environment any control over the others
- Granular USB control allows IT admins to define which devices are permitted and in which virtual environments it can connect to
- Hypervisor-based VNP allows users to work remotely using an in built virtual private network, omitting the security concerns of a VNP running on the clients operating system.
- Sensitive information protections mean admins are able to classify data based on its sensitivity. They can also define how the data can be shared, what end-users are able to do with it and which environments it can be copied to, or from
- Isolated environments allow for a secure payment system that does not need to run on a separate machine from the rest of the work environment