Growing a business and expanding business operations often means adding new employees, computer hardware, and investments in network infrastructure and servers. This is the way businesses have grown over the past 40 years since computers arrived in business.
But now that companies are growing more comfortable with software through web browsers and over the Internet, it is no longer a foreign concept to migrate local server applications and data into the cloud and shutting down the local server room.
When performed by a certified Citrix Service Provider, the migration of servers and data into the cloud results in a custom private cloud network of servers which your company accesses through virtual desktops. The virtual desktops look and behave just like your local computer, but with the advantage of incredible mobility and the ability to scale in an instant.
Moving to virtual desktops gives your organization its own dedicated server and desktop environment, in a private cloud, that requires no server hardware investment.
Migrating servers and applications into the cloud can range from an entire lift of your local network infrastructure to a precision migration of a single business application. The size and scope of a deployment of servers and applications in the cloud depends upon the business requirements you must meet.
Factors that impact the scope of a cloud deployment include:
Server@Work implements the highest standards and security measures when providing custom virtual desktops and virtual servers for clients. We follow the security guidelines recommended by the NIST and we undergo an annual AICPA SOC 2 audit to review and certify our compliance with HIPAA and FINRA security regulations.
All of our virtualization solutions feature dedicated servers for each client. For security purposes, we segregate all client applications and data to ensure compliance with highly regulated industries such as healthcare, financial management, and other professional services.
Server@Work is a SOC 2 compliant Citrix Service Provider. Have a chat with one of our engineers to see if a virtual desktop environment is right for your organization.