Top-ranked Managed Service Provider (MSP) selects Desktone to expand its cloud-hosted Desktop services for the SMB market
Chelmsford, MA – Desktone, Inc., the pioneer of cloud-hosted Desktops as a Service (DaaS), today announced that it is partnering with mindSHIFT Technologies, Inc., a leading IT outsourcing and cloud services provider for small and mid-size businesses (SMBs). The companies are working together to bring a premium cloud-hosted virtual desktop solution to mindSHIFT customers. This new cloud-based offering combines Desktone’s virtual desktop infrastructure technology with mindSHIFT’s cloud portfolio and MSP services to provide SMBs with a comprehensive IT solution.
“We’re extremely pleased that such a prominent IT outsourcing provider as mindSHIFT chose Desktone,” says Peter McKay, CEO of Desktone. “The combination of Desktone’s cloud-hosted solution and mindSHIFT’s cloud services provides SMB customers with a complete outsourced desktop solution. mindSHIFT has proven its ability to deliver reliable, cost-effective IT services and the fact that it is partnering with Desktone speaks volumes about the value that Desktone enables.”
“Desktone pioneered the technology that powers DaaS and understands the nuances of delivering a robust, affordable and reliable desktop offering in the cloud. Partnering with Desktone helps us to more quickly provide our clients with a fully integrated, premium VDI desktop service that will help increase their productivity and provide a competitive advantage,” said Paul Chisholm, Chairman and CEO of mindSHIFT Technologies.
mindSHIFT’s newly launched cloudSHIFT℠ Desktop: Premium service utilizes desktop virtualization technology from Desktone, the industry’s only purpose-built solution for delivering virtual desktops in the cloud. Desktone’s technology complements mindSHIFT’s current suite of cloud desktop, server, application and VoIP services and enables mindSHIFT to go to market more quickly with a price-competitive solution without requiring a significant investment in data center expansion.