nGenx Delivers Improved DaaS and Application Virtualization to MSP Partners

By Michael Guta

As the cloud infrastructure continues to be more reliable, the need to have any application on a device is diminishing. With every imaginable IT solution now being offered ‘as a service’ model, the days of having applications on premises or on-device is fast approaching its lifeline. A company that is hastening that demise is nGenx, a cloud services pioneer in the delivery of hosted workspaces, including applications, data and desktops. The company announced the launch of a channel partner program to provide high margin hosted desktops and applications to manage service providers (MSPs) to further expand the adoption of hosted services.

This new program will offer participating partners white label delivery, qualified sales leads, enhanced partner portal, financial rewards and more with a competitive advantage in the desktop as a service (DaaS) and application virtualization space.

The company’s nFinity nWorkspace service enablement platform will simplify the deployment of services with a high margin MSP delivery model. As more companies continue to adopt DaaS, the channel partners will be part of a marketplace that is growing at a rate of 30 percent through 2017, this according to 451 Research.

The nFinity nWorkspace provides simple accessibility. By logging into your nWorkspace to access your applications and data, users can have the same experience from a PC, Mac, tablet or smartphone. It gets rid of the need to actively manage applications and back office infrastructure, further simplifying IT operations.

Some of the benefits of nFinity nWorkspace include:

  • Remote access no matter where you are or what device you’re using. You are connected and you can access files and applications with a consistent work experience across any device.
  • Decreases IT management because it includes all operating system and application updates. No need to touch individual desktops, and it supports BYOD with most devices being “plug & play.”
  • Improves security with centralized data in a secure cloud environment housed in SSAE 16 certified data centers. You can control confidential data with defined security policies along with a complete disaster recovery solution so you can avoid costly business disruptions.
  • Increases productivity by extending data and application access to all employees across the entire organization. Additionally you can add line-of-business and productivity applications as you grow.

"nGenx is ideally positioned to lead the shift from the traditional desktop to the more cost-effective and simple to manage DaaS environment," said Max Pruger, chief sales officer, nGenx.

By simplifying the process of cloud enabling desktops and applications without complex IT infrastructures, nGenx gives its customers and now its channel partners, a service that provides anytime anywhere access to workspaces. 

Edited by Dominick Sorrentino

Contributing Writer

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