CRN’s Next-Gen 250 list recognizes North American solution providers (founded year 2000 or later) that have a specialization in emerging technologies or a transformative business model that allows them to adapt and excel in the ever-changing IT channel community. It’s culled from research, vendor and analyst interviews, as well as CRN editorial coverage. The purpose of the NG250 list is to showcase those “solution providers that are setting the pace for the rest of the channel in meeting customers’ ever-evolving […]
Dell recently released a case study featuring CloudShape and the innovative use of Dell technology within the solution. Read the full case study here: 2016 CloudShape Dell Profile.
The secure on-premises Desktop as a Service provider honored as a high-growth startup
December 17, 2015 – CloudShape, providing secure on-premises Desktop as a Service solutions, was recognized today as a member of the Dell Founders 50 cohort, an exclusive list of global startups that are disrupting their respective industries and poised to be household names in the coming years. Members of the Founders 50 cohort […]
Provider to offer its secure, on-premises Desktop as a Service solution
January 20, 2016 – CloudShape, the leader in secure, on-premises Desktop as a Service solutions, today announced the selection of AlphaSix Corporation, a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB) as their SEWP V contract provider. SEWP V offers a wide range of state-of-the-art information technologies and related services to all federal […]
January 26, 2016 – CloudShape, the leader in secure, on-premises Desktop as a Service solutions, today announced it has been awarded an Information Technology Schedule 70 contract by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). The GSA establishes long-term, government-wide contracts with commercial vendors to streamline and standardize the process of procuring products and services for the entire Federal government.
CloudShape’s secure on-premises Desktop as a Service platform delivers virtual Windows desktops and applications […]
As we’ve discussed before, there are three basic considerations you must keep in mind when developing a business case for VDI – your organization’s key business drivers, the cost and ROI, and your change management strategy. But the recent OPM and Ashley Madison hacks have thrown a harsh spotlight on another critical factor:
How implementing desktop virtualization can contribute and strengthen the security of your organization, from protecting your data to guarding your […]
A while back, Brian Madden wrote an interesting article titled “Why do people use VDI? One reason!” In that article, Brian observed that organizations often implement VDI for one simple overarching reason whether it is for improved security, mobility, or a host of other reasons.
He illustrates his point by introducing what he calls DWI – or Doctors with iPads: A doctor walking into an administrator’s office and setting down his iPad and […]
As we all know, traditional DaaS solutions typically rely upon a third-party company to host an organization’s desktop services on their servers. On-Premises DaaS, on the other hand, locates the desktop virtual machine in your business’s data center, making it less complex to integrate DaaS into the applications you already use.
It goes without saying that mitigated complexity in installation is a great benefit for organizations, but it is by no means the […]
VDI can provide the enterprise customer with many benefits, but only if you’ve taken the time to determine the readiness of your organization before implementing such a solution. This should not only include examining your application needs, network infrastructure and change management strategies, but also your business case for VDI.
Most customers list ROI, mobility and security as their primary business drivers at the enterprise level. However, VDI is difficult and requires many […]
When determining whether or not your organization is ready for VDI, one of the four key considerations you need to take into account is network readiness. VDI solutions require a near real-time transfer of packets across the network as end users interact with the virtual desktop on servers that are typically in a data center at another location.
But the user experience can be impacted by your network’s performance in three key ways: bandwidth, quality (packet delivery) and, for WANs, […]