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Work with Safety in the Cloud with HP Anyware and Google Cloud End-to-End Security

January 16, 2023
HP Teradici

HP Teradici is the inventor of the PCoIP remote display protocol and develops the Engineering Emmy-Award-winning HP Anyware (formerly Teradici CAS) to deliver the best virtual and remote desktop experience in the world.


As hybrid and remote work have become the norm, numerous industries have begun to adopt public cloud and digital workspaces to replace on-premises hardware. Working in the cloud allows employees to access company data from the office, at home, at a client’s office, at an event site, or any combination of these workspaces. 

However, security in the cloud has always been a cause for concern, particularly during the pandemic when businesses saw an increase in cybersecurity attacks. From media & entertainment and game development to architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) and manufacturing, no industry is safe from the constant threat from hackers.  

Businesses that use the cloud can now feel a bit safer when their hybrid employees access data. Using secure-by-design cloud services and the PC-over-IP (PCoIP®) protocol, HP Anyware and Google Cloud help keep company assets secured end-to-end within a cloud environment so IT professionals and IT decision makers (ITDMs) can have peace of mind. 

How HP Anyware and Google Cloud work together

HP Anyware is based on PCoIP technology, a remote display protocol that uses industry-standard AES 256 encryption when transmitting encrypted image pixels from host devices to endpoints. Since only encrypted pixels are sent, not raw data, the company’s intellectual property and sensitive information never leaves the data center. Anyware is comprised of three components: 1) Anyware agents, securely deployed on the host device; 2) Anyware clients, installed on endpoints and accessed via user credentials; and 3) Anyware Manager, the secure broker IT administrators use to provision and monitor PCoIP connections so only verified users can access company information. 

Anyware enables employees to remotely workstations with strong security in Google Cloud while delivering a high-quality remoting experience. With Anyware and Google Cloud, expect a rich and an up to lossless user experience for knowledge workers, as well as for the most graphics-intensive applications and workloads, across almost any type of network condition.  

Double your security in the cloud with HP Anyware and Google Cloud

HP Anyware secures cloud environments holding sensitive assets by only transferring encrypted compressed pixels. As the display uses PCoIP protocol to encode and compress pixel data, no data leaves the cloud except as encrypted image pixels. Multi-factor authentication (MFA) adds another layer of security so only verified users are given access to company data. 

Since all HP Anyware products can implement security certificates, IT teams are assured of a trusted, end-to-end Transport Layer Security (TLS) connection for network communications. Additionally, the PCoIP protocol has been designed with Zero Trust principles, so users are not required to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection to access data securely. 

When a user logs into to the cloud using HP Anyware, there are more safety protocols on Google Cloud which address each phase of the cybersecurity lifecycle. Google Cloud has built-in security controls that limit user access to sensitive information and uses Zero Trust methodology. Only with explicit approval can a user gain access to specific data or projects. Google Cloud also enables firewall creation and secure network access with direct/carrier peering connections, dedicated/partner interconnects, and cloud VPN. 

Google Cloud keeps sensitive data confidential through real-time encryption, enforcement of data location and product deployment location, while maintaining access transparency through resource and method identification. For added security, ITDMs can also mask user data to safely unlock more of the cloud. 

Transform your security profile with Google Cloud security initiatives. Improve security and risk management with the Google Cloud Command Center. Cloud Key Management satisfies compliance, privacy, and security needs for businesses, while the Google Cloud Intrusion Detection System (Cloud IDS) provides network-based threat detection and evasion techniques for malware, spyware, or command-and-control attacks. Google Cloud enables users to implement a Zero Trust approach through Certificate Authority Service and Titan Security Keys, and fights online attacks using Cloud Armor and Apigee. 

Attain strong security in the cloud with HP Anyware and Google Cloud  

In the current working environment, employees are working in-office, remotely, or hybrid, carrying their devices with them or using multiple devices to access company data and applications. Businesses need end-to-end security to keep sensitive information secured while ensuring that their employees can continue to be productive from wherever they are. 

With HP Anyware and Google Cloud, businesses can keep their assets secured while their employees work in-office or from remote workspaces. With multi-factor authentication (MFA), PCoIP technology, access control and secure network infrastructure, Anyware and Google Cloud allow businesses to work with strong security wherever they are. 

Visit the Google Cloud marketplace to launch and install HP Anyware. 


HP Teradici

HP Teradici is the inventor of the PCoIP remote display protocol and develops the Engineering Emmy-Award-winning HP Anyware (formerly Teradici CAS) to deliver the best virtual and remote desktop experience in the world.