After testing everything from VMware View to Citrix Xen Desktop, only CloudFactory gave DirectNetworks the kind of flexibility it needed for its SMB clients. It allowed customers to transplant their IT operations to the cloud with minimal disruption and adjustment and is already showing 20-30 percent cost savings and 30-50 percent efficiency gains. CloudFactory was also able to satisfy DirectNetworks' strict vendor-agnostic and software ownership requirements, easily integrating with the
"ASG's CloudFactory solution was not only able to address all of our pain points, but, most importantly, everything was completed within our budget and roll-out timeframe of just three months," said
With CloudFactory, ASG was able to help DirectNetworks incorporate a single workspace for users to access and provision all of their applications and services, while advanced service orchestration and automated infrastructure lifecycle management is conducted in the background within DirectNetworks' data centers. Now, DirectNetworks can provide its clients with all of the increased cost savings, mobility and productivity that come inherent with the cloud. And, by including cloud-based storage, servers and virtual desktops, DirectNetworks can help its clients future-proof their operations while increasing data accessibility and reducing costly hardware, software and in-house support.
"We are just as invested as DirectNetworks in helping them grow their business, so are pleased to see the significant role CloudFactory has played in the success of Webtop," said
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