The CloudDesktop solution allows organizations to move all their applications and desktop to the cloud. They are able to access their virtual desktop via the Internet through any device, from any location. CloudDesktop is changing the way people do business because users are no longer tied to their office computers.
The most advanced and innovative VDI environment on the market – welcome to CloudDesktop.
The time and money that go into traditional IT operations can essentially be eliminated. Pay for what you use with a pay-as-you-go plan and quit wasting money on unneeded services. Receive automatic upgrades for your programs that will remove the hassles of purchasing and installation. When you use infrastructure purchased, housed and maintained by a provider, you free up your budget and staff to focus on strategic business decisions.
CloudDesktop is scalable and dynamic based on your application and storage needs. By using a service that is hosted virtually, businesses have the freedom to scale the service up or down according to your constantly changing business specifications. We know every business is different and this characteristic helps customize the solution. CloudDesktop is a solution that will always accommodate your specific needs.
Your company's security is one of our top priorities. Our enterprise-grade security team and software will protect your business from viruses, malware, and rogue employees at an infrastructure level. We provide 24x7x365 monitoring and support for your system. You can always be confident your data is safe. Our strict data protection policies ensure that your data is backed up and can be easily recovered when it is stored in our Tier 3, Class 1 data centers. These data centers feature full redundancy and best-of-breed solutions from leading companies including Cisco, Citrix, HP, Microsoft, NetApp, and VMware. CloudDesktop is the most secure business computer solution for businesses of all sizes.
With CloudDesktop, you can get your applications on any device, anywhere. Take CloudDesktop with you on your tablet, smartphone, desktop, zero client, and other devices. You now have the opportunity to be more flexible and productive because you can stay connected with your company and data while having the freedom to be away from the office. Bring Your Own Device is changing the business world. Not only has it increased productivity and innovation, but it has also helped with employee satisfaction and cost savings. We offer solutions that enable you to introduce BYOD
We comply with the standards and regulations set forth in the respected industries. We have established our data encryption, protocols, and procedures to follow the top compliances and ensure that our customer data is secure and confidential.
What it covers: Enacted in 1996, HIPAA is intended to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the health care system. As such, it requires the adoption of national standards for electronic health care transactions and code sets, as well as unique health identifiers for providers, health insurance plans and employers. Recognizing that electronic technology could erode the privacy of health information, the law also incorporates provisions for guarding the security and privacy of personal health information. It does this by enforcing national standards to protect:
What it covers: The PCI DSS is a set of requirements for enhancing the security of payment customer account data. It was developed by the founders of the PCI Security Standards Council, including American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB International, MasterCard Worldwide and Visa to help facilitate the global adoption of consistent data security measures. PCI DSS includes requirements for security management, policies, procedures, network architecture, software design, and other critical protective measures.
Who is affected: Retailers, credit card companies, anyone handling credit card data.
What it covers: Enacted in 2002, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act is designed to protect investors and the public by increasing the accuracy and reliability of corporate disclosures. It was enacted after the high-profile Enron and WorldCom financial scandals of the early 2000s. It is administered by the Securities and Exchange Commission, which publishes SOX rules and requirements defining audit requirements and the records businesses should store and for how long.
Who is affected? U.S. public company boards, management, and public accounting firms.