Virsage™, a leading provider of comprehensive cloud IT solutions, today announced that the company has been recognized as a Citrix Service Provider Program Diamond Validated partner for its innovative Virsage WorkPlace™ Desktop-as-a-Service solution for small- and medium-sized businesses.
WorkPlace replaces expensive on-premise servers with a hosted virtual infrastructure solution that delivers application, file, and email services using
Diamond Validation is the highest standard for Citrix Service Provider partners. Citrix Diamond Validation requires that Citrix Service Provider partners meet stringent guidelines for architecture, performance, and scalability.
“We are honored that our cloud solution, business approach and technology implementation have been recognized by
“When we first introduced Virsage WorkPlace™ in 2008 we were in uncharted territory. It wasn’t until we partnered with
“Master agents who want to quickly get started selling desktop as a service find partnering with a white-label reseller to be the fastest route to market,” said
Virsage has the distinction of being a recognized as a
Virsage was founded in 1999 as an IT managed service provider, providing IT support and administration services to small and medium-sized businesses on an ongoing retainer basis. In 2008, Virsage began offering Virsage WorkPlace™, a comprehensive cloud-based IT as a Service solution built on Microsoft® and
To learn more about how Virsage WorkPlace™ can help your business, or how you can partner with us, please visit virsage.com.
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Virsage, Virsage WorkPlace and Virsage Master Agent MarketPlace are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Virsage in
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