CloudJumper, a provider of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), Workspace as a Service (WaaS) and Desktop as a Service (DaaS) solutions, expects accelerated growth throughout Canada by partnering with IT solution provider, TNG, a Toronto-based cloud solutions provider.
CloudJumper Cloud Workspace Management Suite (CWMS) software is a complete cloud-based platform for Desktop as a Service (DaaS), Workspace as a Service (WaaS), and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) delivery, providing “ease of management” as well as access to productivity tools. CWMS is supported in Azure, Google Compute, AWS, and most private clouds.
CloudJumper CWMS would deliver an integrated online experience, unifying business applications and corporate file systems using a full-featured Microsoft Windows desktop from anywhere, across any device.
“As analysts have forecasted and as TNG has demonstrated, digital transformation addresses IT challenges on many levels,” said JD Helms, president of CloudJumper. “We are proud to be at the forefront of this trend as it has become one of the major revenue drivers for IT solution providers today. We are pleased to hear about TNG’s continued successes in the Canadian market and look forward to supporting their efforts in 2019 and beyond.”
According to IDC Canada, Canadian companies are going to be spending more than $16-billion this year on digital transformation technologies and services, which is about 20 percent higher than the year before.
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Established in 1994, TNG has supported some of the largest organizations with their strategic cloud roadmap planning, migration and support. The company leverages CloudJumper CWMS software to deliver Cloud Workspace solutions with infrastructure hosted in Canadian data centers for customers throughout Canada.
“As many organizations in Canada look to implement the advanced systems that come with digitally transformative IT, TNG supports these efforts with solutions that improve agility, efficiency, and cost control,” said Ben Perry, Director of Cloud Consulting, TNG. “CloudJumper has been a critical part of our efforts in this area as we transition customers from on-premises computing to Canadian cloud infrastructure. Companies making this transition have seen a wholesale reduction in their IT costs, while benefitting from anytime, anywhere access to their desktops, applications and data using their preferred device.”