Industry’s Only Multi-Tenant Desktop Virtualization Solution Enables
Desktops and Apps as a
“DaaS clearly fits the needs of organizations struggling to cope with employees who want anytime, anywhere access to their desktop and the trend of bring your own device (BYOD),” said
Albrecht continued, “One of the greatest strengths of Desktone’s DaaS offering is the role it can play in a comprehensive disaster recovery (DR) plan. We plan to use DaaS to enhance our vStream™ Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) solution, which automates near-continuous replication of VMs to protect a company’s data and applications.”
DaaS has unique requirements—including massive scalability, resiliency and the ability to securely handle multiple geographies and tenants—which can’t be met by porting traditional virtual desktop technologies to the cloud. Desktone’s DaaS technology was built from the ground up for cloud delivery and Service Providers. Unlike Citrix and VMware approaches, Desktone employs true multi-tenancy, which enables superior security. Desktone’s multi-tenancy delivers a shared, unified platform for all end-customers, with dedicated desktops and completely secure separation across five critical levels: meta-data, storage, networking, directory services and compute. The Desktone Platform supports all versions of desktop models from full Windows VDI to shared RDS sessions and application delivery from one unified console.
“More and more businesses are turning to DaaS to provide the mobility and flexibility their employees demand with the security, ease and cost-savings that IT requires,” said
Desktone provides the industry’s only multi-tenant desktop virtualization platform for delivering desktops and applications as a cloud service, enabling the deployment of Windows desktops and applications from a private, public or hybrid cloud to any end user device. Desktone enables IT service providers to rapidly provision desktops and applications to users connected on any device, anywhere, without the upfront costs and complexity of traditional desktop virtualization – transforming desktops from a CAPEX to